December 29, 2016 Beirut Lebanon Middle East

DIVVY: A Delicious Light Menu
Non-smokers friendly
Family Get Together Out with the Guys

Phone Number: +961 1 444020

Address: ( 12PM - 12AM)


Price Range: 25-40 $


Welcoming: 4/5

Food Temperature: 9/10

Ambiance / Music: 9/10

Menu Choice: 5/5

Food Taste: 28/30

Architecture / Interior: 9/10

Food presentation: 9/10

Service: 9/10

Value for money: 8/10

In under a month, I have come to visit Divvy three times. Once in Hazmieh, another in Achrafieh and now back at its Hazmieh's branch. The experience is just as perfect each time. As I was eating I couldn't stop bragging out loud about how great the food is: an exceptional turkey sandwich, a unique beef teriyaki and a one of a kind fish you don't even get in specialist restaurants.


Today, I decided to try the light plates on the menu:

  • Food at Divvy is really excellent. I enjoyed the fresh crab salad so much. Generous in quantity and very tasty. I ended up eating the entire dish.
  • Turkey sandwich: light crunch, toasted sandwich, and several layers of turkey, cheese, mayonnaise and lettuce with a salad on the side. Seasoned and zesty in taste, the turkey sandwich has a certain uniqueness to it, intense flavors, fresh bread and much more to make it truly memorable.
  • Beef Teriyaki: delicious meat, tender and beautifully cooked. Simple yet perfectly formed, the quality of the meat married to a sweet yet sour sauce makes you want to finish the plate completely.
  • Fish: bravo, bravo, bravo… three times and more. I was surely not expecting to eat fish at Divvy. Smell it as you bite into its skin, feel its juiciness and then dive into the buttered vegetables that accompany it... yummy indeed! Extremely juicy, a crunchy fried skin with a light flakiness... adding a squeeze of lemon adds even more flavor and enjoyment.


Many have started great and declined quickly. I honestly hope and wish DIVVY will maintain its quality and service for years to come.





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