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An Anchor in Lebanese History… and Lebanese Food!
Al Yater was built right above the historical cave where St Peter moored his boat in order to rest before sailing to Rome. Al Yater, which means The Anchor, was the name chosen for the restaurant, given its historic significance. Being right on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, the restaurant has a view that gives the impression of being on a boat right on top of the crystal blue water. The architectural shape of Al Yater itself reminds us of a three-level boat. The main floor has an exceptional view on Tabarja’s coastline. Going down the stairs, the lower floor is at sea-level, giving the feel of having a meal right in the sea. As for the upper floor, it has the advantage of a light breeze and some sunshine, for those who love admiring the sea and the coast from above.
From grilled to fried, all sorts of seafood are served within a very traditional ambiance, with soft music playing in the background, and a very friendly customer service. In addition, since smoking is allowed, shisha lovers would be happy to know that Al Yater provides hookahs to those seeking the typical Lebanese experience.
Al Yater is renowned in the region for its exceptional cuisine and unique service. Therefore, if you are planning on a lunch or an evening by the shore of Tabarja, walk-ins are more than welcome but the priority goes to reservations. So make sure you have your table reserved to ensure this must-try culinary experience.