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  • "A fast-food restaurant in Beirut's war-torn southern suburb has hit upon an explosive way to attract customers.

    Buns and Guns is made out to look like a military post and diners eat to the sound of gunfire instead of muzak.

    Owner Yousef Ibrahim presents rebranded Lebanese favourites like the 'rocket-propelled grenade' (chicken on a skewer) and 'terrorist bread'.

    Other dishes include the Kalashnikov, Dragunov, Viper, B52, while realistic-looking weapons and ammunition decorate the counters, and camouflage netting hangs from the ceiling."

    - 'Lebanese food served with a bang', BBC website, 23 June 2008.

    June 24, 2008