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Food Bar

Restaurant system

9am-9pm - open buffet
VIP special menu available all the time


Packages for the Restaurant


All About Tents

Entering the Paradise Wellness you will find yourself in a very special and extraordinary space of colorful tents along with a food bar inside. All set up as a cozy, "chill out" room where the lightning is just right. After a relaxing Hammam, enjoy the atmosphere and the level of privacy that you choose for yourself and/or your loved ones. Wearing our loose, airy robes and laying down on the comfortable sofas in every position you want, will give full freedom of relaxation and the sensation of an ultimate journey. To take your experience to a higher level, we will serve you traditional middle-eastern food that you choose from our vegetarian menu. We can also provide a climatic live music especially for you!
Our tents can be organized in various ways depending on your needs. Tents may be closed if privacy is required and can be adjusted for friends and loved ones.


Tent options:


  • Small group private tent - 1-6 people

  • Medium group private tent - 6-12 people

  • Large group open tent - up to 200 people



Vegetarian Menu


1) Kumpir - different style potato

Kumpir is definitely not your ordinary baked potato. It starts with a ginormous potato, which is sliced in the middle for a generous smearing of butter and cheese, and is finished off with an overwhelming assortment of toppings. Common toppings are corn, pickled vegetables, pickled beets, olives, hotdogs, kisir, and a dollop of yogurt.

2) Salads - light, fresh and healthy!


Tabbouleh Salad

Vegetarian salad, made with cracked wheat bulgur, parsley, tomatoes, and a bright garlic mint dressing. Additionally we add some crisp cucumber and briny olives, so every bite is a little different. This salad is loaded with flavor and texture, absolutely delicious.

Fattoush Salad

Fattoush Salad makes a frequent appearance on the Middle Eastern dinner table. It's basically a fried bread salad that typically includes lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes and fried pieces of pita bread. We also like to add green peppers, green onions and parsley. All dressed in a zesty lime vinaigrette. Mmmm

Khiyar wa Laban (Cucumber and Yogurt Salad)

This refreshing salad it's great on its own or placed on top of foods like quinoa, rice, and even burgers! All we use to make the salad is cucumbers, plain yogurt, garlic, crushed dry mint, and salt.

Salata Bateekh (Watermelon Salad)

We can't forget fruit as a player in the salad game! Watermelon paired with Nabulsi cheese (a salty cheese made of goat and sheep's milk) and a little bit of basil makes for a sweet and savory salad.

3) Appetizers with bread - The Great Classics



Hummus is an incredibly popular Middle Eastern dip and spread. Typically made by blending chickpeas (garbanzo beans), tahini (ground sesame seeds), olive oil, lemon juice and garlic in a food processor. It's not only delicious, but also versatile, packed with nutrients and has been linked to many impressive health and nutritional benefits. Hummus is a great source of plant-based protein, high in fiber and great for those with intolerances, as it's naturally gluten-, nut- and dairy-free.


Masabha is made from very similar ingredients to those used in hummus, but it's completely different in texture and in taste. The chickpeas are cooked until they're incredibly soft, then mixed with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice and spices. A bit of pre-made hummus is also added.

Baba ghanoush

Baba ganoush is similar to hummus, but it calls for grilled or roasted eggplant instead of chickpeas. In its most basic form, baba ghanoush is made with eggplant, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and salt. We found that adding a tiny bit of ground cumin, smoked paprika and fresh parsley takes it to the next level.

4) Fresh juice & cocktail - to keep you cool and energized



Arabic version of the delicious frozen mint lemonade drink. This is an energetic mix of lemon juice, mint leaves, sugar, ice and water. It's the most traditional and most popular slushy drink.


Jallab is a more Syrian and Lebanese drink that combines the tastes of both sweet and sour together. It is made up of date syrup, rose water, water and ice.


Rumman is the Arabic word for the pomegranate fruit. The fruit is sweet but it has it's antioxidating health benefits. Rumman and water is all you need to taste this cool tangy summer drink.

Tahini colada

This fun play on a Piña Colada replaces the coconut with savory tahini, combined with lime juice, milk and honey to add some body to the drink.


Paradise Cocktail

A blend of fresh mango, strawberry and banana, a splash of milk, slightly sweetened with sugar.

5) Manakeesh - Middle Eastern Pizza



Thyme and sesame seeds mixed with oil. Available with cheese.

Labneh with Zaatar

Creamy yogurt topped with zaatar.


Spinach mixed with onions and sumac, topped with a lemon wedge. Available with cheese.


Blend of akawi and mozarella cheese.



Regular cheese manakeesh with your choice of vegetables on the top.

6) Booza - Natural ice cream


Ever had Booza before? That stretchy and chewy Lebanese ice cream with pistachios on the top. The elastic texture of Booza is due to the ingredients of mastic and Turkish salep- an orchid flour. Light and intense. No cream, no eggs, just pure flavor.

7) Hot Drinks - obviously


Moroccan Mint Tea.
Turkish style coffee.

8) Sweet treats - cause everyone deserves a dessert



A delicious crispy pastry heated in palm oil, with a milk pudding and white cheese filling.


A renowned pastry, filled with nuts and held together with sweet syrup that will satisfy your sweet tooth with just one bite.


A sweet cake soaked in simple sweet syrup flavoured with coconut. Can be eaten with nuts, heavy cream or plain.

Rice pudding

This appetizing dish is made of a mixture of rice and milk. It is sweetened with the addition of sugar, topped with nuts and garnished with cinnamon.

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