Pola Berry Beirut – Little flowery cafe

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"Pola Berry" in Beirut is a cute little cafe with flowers and a swing! The owner is Syrian and took the idea from a cafe in Amsterdam. Oh the strawberries!

Pola Berry opened here in Beirut a few months ago. I recently went with friends to this cute little cafe in the heart of down town Beirut. I loved everything about it! As you enter, you get this positive feeling being surrounded by flowers on the wall (not real ones but they still look pretty) and a swinging chair right by the window. The lady working there actually told us that most of their customers just come to take a picture with the flowery wall or the swing. Some actually wear white and pink to match with the wall and its colors for the perfect picture haha!

However, the owner of the cafe is of Syrian origin and she had seen this branch of Pola Berry in Amsterdam and loved it herself and came back to Lebanon to open one. This cafe is all about sweets, cupcakes, cakes, tarts and etc. with different flavors. Mind you, it may be very sweetening and fattening for those who do not like desserts, but it is worth it!

On the other hand, the unique thing about this cafe is that it only has ONE TABLE, so only you and your friends can sit there and other customers will have to wait for their turn.

PS: Do not forget to taste their tasty chocolate-covered strawberries!

About this spot

Hassan Kadi

10:00 - 20:00 daily

Cake:

LBP

10,000

+961

76702430

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