- If kebabs and falafel are all that comes to mind when you think of Lebanese cuisine, you probably need a refresher course in gastronomy at Habibi. The café-like ambiance puts patrons at ease, as they study the menu. Regulars rave about the mildly-spiced humus, fresh-meat shawarma, Baba Ghanouge and char-grilled chicken—all come with a variety of savory dips. Though wine is served, it would be fitting to accompany your meal with one of the fresh fruit juices, in keeping with the organic theme. Vegetarian options abound: París Condal in Muntaner is served on Fridays and couscous on Saturdays. At dessert, the Arab puddings are a must-try; if there is space still, one could also sample the Baklava with a cup of mint tea.
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