Bakchich is Lebanese street food with a French twist, serving a variety of mezza with innovations in the traditional Lebanese dishes from shawarma to falafel, and baklawa.
Bakchich is a culinary sensation, clean, trendy, unique, quality, choice and fresh are at the heart of every single decision made in these restaurants. Bakchich started out on the Christmas Markets of Liverpool, using fresh ingredients, new and unique flavours, alive and clean juices they were a major hit, with great food at affordable prices.
The restaurant stays close to its roots, from the tiles on the floor that originally adorned the mosaic floor of Grandpa’s house in Marrakesh, to the Cedar Wood on the front fascia, every detail has been considered.
For Bakchich it is not just important for their food to be the best, but it is seen as a responsibility to live up to the reputation of superior Lebanese cuisine and recipes handed down over generations, to educate and help their customers discover Arabic food culture, traditions and heritage.