Les Malins, the recently opened French brasserie in The Backyard in Hazmieh, has been calling out to me; its mouthwatering pictures off their menu tempting me to come for a visit.… Read more
I’ve visited The Food Dealer in Mar Mikhael on multiple occasions in the past. I always found it to be a tad too pricey – yes, I know organic means double and sometimes triple the price in Lebanon – however, I was still not convinced it was worth the price tag.… Read more
T and I, along with a few (very hungry) foodies, were invited by Nasma Beyrouth to try their newly launched menu this week for dinner at Beirut City Centre in Hazmieh.… Read more
Last Sunday March 12th, 2017 was the official launch of Le Bristol’s Sunday Lunch at Villa Linda Sursock and I’m excited to share with you more than just a glimpse into what this exclusive event entails!… Read more
I’ve realized that I’m on a brunch rampage with my recent posts, but bear with me.
BRUNCH IS THE NEW FOOD TREND IN LEBANON. IF YOU DON’T SERVE IT, YOU SHOULD START!… Read more
Weekends are for brunches.
And what better way to commit to this implicit tradition other than to join the Sunday Brunch at Le Gray Hotel for a delectable feast at their 5-star restaurant, Indigo on the Roof?… Read more
Seza Bistro is what we call a “hidden gem”, and a very well hidden one at that!
The open kitchen serves delicious authentic Armenian cuisine in the heart of Mar Mikhael. The food is more than great every time we visit, and the service is always top-notch.… Read more
The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut welcomes guests for lunch every Sunday for a luxurious open buffet spread out around The Grill Room restaurant (including its executive kitchen!) for an entirely new experience!… Read more
It was a Friday afternoon. We packed a getaway bag and made our way to our home away from home in Beirut. A break from our daily work routine was very necessary, and what better way to break a routine than to add a pinch of class and luxury over the weekend?… Read more
God knows my chocolate making skills are close to non-existent, so no, I wasn’t exactly a master chef (this time anyway)! However, I did get to play with chocolate.
About Elsa Chocolatier
Established in 1994, the family-owned business, Elsa Chocolatier, opened its first shop in Mar Elias, offering Belgian chocolate of the highest quality to Beirut.… Read more
Attention readers! I have found a true gem in Mar Mikhael. It’s not a cool hipster café, and it’s not one of those new concept bistros that happen to be popping up all over the place.… Read more
The sophisticated, cosmopolitan and laid-back Gordon’s Cafe at Le Gray Hotel in Downtown Beirut is the perfect spot for any kind of meet up, from business meetings and afternoon coffees to solo tranquil lunches and family get-togethers.… Read more
I’ve been to Boulevard Beirut on a number of occasions and I really love their lunch / dinner menu. They serve classic Lebanese favourites with a modern touch.
[ You must try the traditional Lebanese shish barak and the mini kafta pockets served with a minty fresh laban dip ]
The venue is already one of my favourites in Beirut in terms of comfort, decoration and interior design in comparison to other Lebanese restaurants.… Read more
Hidden from the crowded and trendy main street of Mar Mikhael, you discover SUD Restaurant nestled in La Cour Saint Michel, a picturesque courtyard owned by Chawki Yazbeck (who also owns SUD).… Read more