Fuad Frangie and Adela Duayhe passed the baton to their daughter, Olga Frangie, to manage El Ehden, the family restaurant that has been offering traditional Lebanese cuisine since 1930. It is currently located on the second floor of a building on Venustiano Carranza in the Centro Historico. On its walls, images such as Saint Charbel, among others, highlight the history of the business. Its cuisine, without a doubt, is a true delight for those who visit.
Flavor for generations
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Lebanese dish, mutton wire and, for dessert, date cake
variety of jocoques, ground chickpeas, variety of eggplants, olives, falafel, bread with cheese, rice with noodles, lentils with rice, cabbage tacos, Lebanese vegetarian dish, cheese or spinach empanadas, variety of salads, etc.
- COVID Standards
- Open Spaces
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Social Actions They make donations to rehabilitation centers
- Environmental Actions They recycle waste and their packaging is biodegradable and reusable
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