First chapter

Breakfast

(Served until 14h00 during the week and until 16h00 on Saturdays and Sundays)

A choice of drinks (drip coffee, Iranian tea, small hot chocolate, small juice)

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The first meal of the day, often the most important and the most enjoyable, is known in Iran as “Sobhaneh”. It is usually composed of Iranian tea, cheese and bread. These should be accompanied by jam, butter, halva, honey and milk. But then again, you could eat them with eggs, fried or in omelettes.

Additionals:


Second chapter

Meals of the day

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Every day, Byblos offers you two different traditional dishes composed of rice (tchelo) and stew (khorech). A choice of daily starters, soups and desserts are also available for you to fully savour the taste of the Orient.

Dishes individually:

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Dizzy

(served every Sunday from 17h00 untill 22h00)

Traditional Iranian meal made of lamb, beans, potato and tomato, served with a plate of fresh herbs and torchi on side.

This dish is also served in vegiterian form in which lamb is replaced by eggplant.


Third chapter

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Borani, a mixture of yogurt and vegetables is one of the most popular appetizers of the Middle East.

Boranis

Salads


Fourth chapter

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The purée of different vegetables, seasoned with fragrant herbs are among the most favored of starters (mazza).

Purées

Rolls


Fifth chapter

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Eggs are extremely popular in the Middle East cuisine. Iranians are specially fond of Koukou, a type of omelette cooked in the oven. They taste good warm or cold.

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Pirojki


sixth chapter

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No Persian table would be complete without “nan-o-panir” and “sabzi-khordan” which are quite simply bread and feta cheese with fresh herbs. These side dishes are called “mokhallafat”. According to your taste, you could choose one of the following sides.

Sandwiches

Sides