KSAR gets its name from the Berber language that is still spoken in North Africa countries like Morocco and Algeria. The name itself means "Old Castle" referring to a type of ruin.
Not surprisingly, if you look around the restaurant you will find some old and interesting features commemorating the restaurant's given name, such as the fireplaces inside, the old street scene featured in the restaurant and so much more.
KSAR is located in Byblos, a famous city known for its historical and mythological richness and we like to think of KSAR as being part of that abundant privilege.
One of the many colorful aspects you will notice about KSAR is that is smoothly divided into several areas, each with its own aura, setting and magic.
The delightful Andalusia style architecture intertwined with the charming pergola concept both translate into a harmonious combination of old and new.
The former duo of totally different worlds is best describes in KSAR's fusion cuisine menu and perfectly portrayed in its mix of hummus and steak platter; and speaking of platters don?t forget to try the special "Ksariyet" dish!
KSAR complements its services with a relaxing selection of the best Oriental and lounge music followed with traditional Lebanese beats and local favorite "Fayrouziyet" tracks.