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Dekkanet AL Falamanki opened its doors. A continuation of Falamanki's spirit this new dekkenet brings back what's authentic in Lebanese traditions... Mouneh, wines, fresh herbs, zaatar, oil, arak, syrups to name a few...all brought by traditional people from across the country.
Falamanki, the restaurant, introduced the idea of old Lebanon in the heart of the city, and continued with its idea with Dekkanet Al Falamanki. The opening was celebrated in a nice event. Women making fresh manakeesh on sage, others grinding hommos beans on the spot, others making coffee... all among stands serving home made foods and delicious pickles, jams, soaps and more.
The beautiful space set in the Falamanki garden is filled with authentic furniture scouted from across the country are used to decorate the store and are also displayed for sale, from colorful old chairs, beehive boxes...
Dekkanet AL Falamanki is not only a trip for the senses or a walk down memory lane, but mostly a boutique that caters to anyone’s palate, dedicated to Lebanon’s heritage.
You will not only find a varied selection of dairy products, vegetables, as well as bread, pastries and sweets; but you will also take pride in the fact that you are buying 100% natural and healthy ingredients, as well as simultaneously encouraging the continuity of the Lebanese methods of work.