May 31, 2012 Beirut Lebanon Middle East

Cappuccino, A Spanish Franchise at the Bay (Restaurant Closed)


Welcoming: 4/5

Food Temperature: 7/10

Ambiance / Music: 7/10

Menu Choice: 4/5

Food Taste: 21/30

Architecture / Interior: 7/10

Food presentation: 7/10

Service: 5/10

Value for money: Soon

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More than just a coffee shop at the bay: Cappuccino is a delicious restaurant located in a relaxing and luxurious atmosphere by the seaside.

I had the chance to take pictures of the complete menu of the Cappuccino Grand Cafe that has opened in Zaitunay Bay Beirut.

The Cappuccino Grand Cafe is a Spanish franchise coming all the way from Palma Di Mallorca island with venues in Jeddah and Lebanon. After Zaitunay Bay, Sassine Square Achrafieh welcomed the second branch.

It's more than a breakfast place, it's more than a restaurant and more than a diner. A casual, trendy place where you can spend your day working, socializing or just eating in this luxurious classy interior. Check out their Breakfast Menu for you early starters or maybe some are more interested in their Cocktail Menu on an afternoon or want to enjoy Lunch and dinner (The Food Menu) overlooking the waterfront bay view.

Couches around the chimney, wooden relaxing chairs next to the library or high bar seats are everything you can get in this unique place - it's very different compared to the other 16 places on the bay. I tried some of their sandwiches in homemade crunchy fresh bread as well as their signature pies and enjoyed them a lot, hoping you will too.

I loved the Baby Cappuccino idea. Funny! A more detailed review will be coming soon.






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