Tishreen Named after the month it was opened in 2004 ( tishreen is Arabic for October) this sophisticated restaurant has an autumnal atmosphere with its straw-encrusted walls lined with antiques and wine bottles.
Locals enjoying long lunches and late dinners order Mediterranean-inspired dishes from the mosaic-tiled wood oven which turns out 'aborigine (aubergine) stuffed with pesto and cheese' as well as excellent muhammar , an Arabic pizza topped with chicken and onion slices.
Tishreen located in the center , near the Church of the Annunciation and the Old City .
The place was built in 1868 and served as a residence , which gives it a warm and homey atmosphere and unique design influenced by the pleasant music playing in the background. Tishreen 's kitchen is a combination of fusion cuisine combining traditional food from the kitchens include leading current restaurant is open every day from 10 : 00 to 23:30 and offers its customers a Mediterranean menu is rich and varied