You want to taste the best sujuk and basterma sandwiches in Beirut? Well, then you need to hit up Bedo. This small sandwich joint is located in the heart of Burj Hammud, the area is known for its Armenian food and especially for the different sujuk and basterma joints around. But personally, Bedo will always be my favorite.
It has been in the business for ages, and it’s one of the first places in Beirut to create sujuk-based shawarma which is different than the usual meat or chicken shawarma sandwiches and even tastes better compared to regular sujuk plates served in restaurants.
Honestly, the taste of this place reminds me of good old childhood memories, this is one of my parents’ favorite places to eat out at. So many Sunday lunch stops were spent there to have a quick bite before heading to the mountains with the family. Many nights out also ended up at this place because we were craving a good old shawarma sandwich. I even got my friends addicted to this place, and now every time we head there we end up sharing more than one sandwich, just because we couldn’t bring ourselves to pick only one flavor.
So all I am saying is grab a friend, go try their shawarmas, and you’ll probably end up with more than one sandwich flavor as well.