Beiruti Bite

80 Panay Ave., South Triangle, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Beiruti Bite
4.0 Stars

3 Reviewers

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Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 2:00a


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a

Payment Options


More Business Info

Street, Parking Lot
Kids Menu:
Take Out:
Outdoor Seating:
Lunch, Dinner
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

Foodcrawl P.
3.0 Stars

Working outside the office leads more productivity. There more opportunity to breathe and think. Creativity comes out when we step out of our confined desk. Coffee shops are always packed and coworking space is not a thing in Quezon City.

My colleague and I ended up finding place in ITC Building at Panay avenue, it is just few blocks away from Quezon ave. Beiruti bites is at the 2nd floor. It was quiet with only 2 occupied tables. The design is heavily inspired by modern middle east setting.

They serve true lebanese food. Still full from a heavy lunch so we ordered lightweight snacks to munch on. Hummus P130 and deep fried falafel P160. Food is plated nicely. The strawberry yogurt shake is a good-tasting cooler too.

It took a while for orders to arrive. We kindly requested for water but it was only responded on our third call. Despite the slow service, we’re still interested to come back dinner time to try the grilled meat platter mixed with Beef, Shish Taouk (Chicken), and Kafta (Ground Beef).

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
5.0 Stars

I was lucky to experience another culture once again through another sponsored foodie invite to Beiruti Bite, a restaurant in Tomas Morato that serves Lebanese dishes. Beiruti Bite’s owners stated that they are committed to remaining authentic with their dishes. That simply means that they wouldn’t change how they present their food just to please the Filipino palate. We know that most Filipinos are into either too sweet or too salty dishes. This is actually a good move for Beiruti Bite, IMO, since I think that the restaurant’s charm lies on the originality of their dishes.

As soon as they served the foods on the table, I just can’t help it but stuffed myself with their flavorful dishes. What I have noticed from their food is that they were prepped in a way that’s different from what I am familiar with. Their hummus was actually very creamy. Their baba ganoush, on the other hand, displayed a good balance of eggplant and sesame flavors. The taste of garlic and lemon are also evident in the dishes.

For starters, I recommend that you try out their cold mezza sampler or their cheese sambusek. For those who like beef, you may try out their Lebanese spring rolls.

I like the generous amount of chicken in their chicken shawarma plate, which worked nicely with the veggies and pita bread. Be in the lookout for that super sour reddish pickle though.

The last food item that they served me was my favorite–their beef shawarma. The meat was tender and seasoned nicely. You may even choose what ingredients should go with it. As for my own preference, I actually dislike onions, and for me, cucumber and tomatoes go well together in my serving of shawarma.

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Was fortunate to find this place despite the rainy weather then. Seriously, it was raining cats and dogs! But inside this resto, it was nothing but pure authentic dishes. The owner prides in bringing top-notch ingredients straight from his roots in Lebanon. Other ingredients such as meat and veggies are sourced locally. We had a lot of dishes such as their cold mezza, falafel, jebneh (cheese pie) and mixed grill with pita. The real standout for me was their cold mezza, specifically, their hummus. It was just so smooth, buttery and tasty! One of the best that I've tasted so far! 128523

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