The other day my friends and I wanted to go out for delicious food, good shisha and possibly a car-free, non-polluted view...
I suggested the airport and off to a different country. But we ended up at Y Lounge, which I thought would be just like any other lounge. In my mind, I didn’t think it would be anything special. I was wrong. Interior design guru and mastermind behind Yasso’s transition to Y Lounge Nihal Zaki pretty much majored in special.
It was love at first sight. Firstly, with Y Lounge’s mouthwatering menu, you can choose from hotmezzas, various fattat and manaqeesh to fried birds and kebbeh nayeh. That’s not all! The fatoush, oh the fatoush! After I fell in love with Y Lounge’s delicious salad, I started using the word fatoush instead of all the words that start with the letter F. “You’re such a fatoush!” … “I don’t want to be yourfatoush anymore,” … “What the FATOUSH is going on?!” Things started getting really complicated, but the fatoush was worth it.
Thirdly – when it comes to football, I (unlike other girls) understand that I don’t understand. People start cheering, I like to get up and hug whoever is in my face. People get mad; I like to pretend like I’m super pissed and give the waiters furious looks like I’m about to break a chair on someone’s head. Honestly, I have absolutely no feelings when it comes to football. So if you’re forcing me to watch the game, I might as well be enjoying my time in a place where watching, eating, drinking cheering and breathing felt fatoushilious. Y Lounge was definitely playing the game right.
So for those of us who enjoy delicious Lebanese food, out-of-sight flavored shisha, cheering for a team you’ve never heard of and unbeatable ambiance then look no further than Y Lounge! Like their Facebook page here and follow them on Twitter. Book your table exclusively with Tazkarty.net.