“Kronfol”, means cloves, the aromatic flower buds of a tropical tree, the name evokes a sense of dignity, nature and romance that actually forms a part of the concept.

“Kronfol” is a Lebanese restaurant where grand ma insisted on introducing her own home made recipe of traditional Lebanese dishes, cold and hot mezze, salads, sweets and shisha.

Kronfol's atmosphere provides their customers with a relaxing, chilling and Zen mode, allowing them to enjoy and have fun with friends and family.

The aroma of flowers and "Kronfol" from garden floats all over the moderated terrace, the view of the old traditional house and its garden, also the shadows of the olive trees brings back sweet memories and takes customers back to the roots of our Lebanese culture.


One thing that is always consistent with Kronfol is their impeccable service.

All service staff hired has extensive experience and all go through three weeks of training, ensuring benchmarked customer service. Kronfol’s services are all delivered in their extraordinary atmosphere which includes a comprehensive art and culture collection from Lebanese Tradition.

This provides an authentic surrounding that at times seems to distract everyone as they analyze the wealth of artifacts on display. However, Kronfol’s mission is not only to have great tasty food, but to have efficient and friendly service. Our dining environment is not only welcoming and sophisticated; it is unique in design. We concentrate on customer satisfaction and quality food that is always fresh and specially selected.

We want the Kronfol grill to be a place where people can enjoy a good meal and meet new friends.

Our Menu is rich in its variety of ancient Lebanese food with good quality and a special mix/twist of "Kronfol".

Start a meal with the traditional Lebanese salad “Tabbouleh” surrounded by a selection of small, hot and cold dishes, “Mutabbal”, “Hummus”, “Labneh”, “Fatteh”, “Nayyeh”, “Chicken”, “Meat”… all served with fresh bread and completed with the smell of herbs from a mixed grill platter.

The drinks menu is based on homemade fresh juices, special cocktails, coffees, oriental teas and others.

At the end, a list of Arabic sweets, “Znoud El Set”, “Halawet El Jebn”… served to the customer’s table.