Divvy has a new menu and I have picked my favorite item already!

Tastes are changing and evolving, the majority are travelling and exploring new cuisines. And while we feel comfort in the known, we are also looking for new experiences. Clever business are attentive to the market’s demand, and Divvy is one of them for sure! I had the pleasure to be exploring the new menu in […]

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The grill room: not just Fine but Superb dining

So far, my experiences at The four seasons were more than satisfying. Something about this hotel is so charming, as they value whoever walks in with a service as expected from a 5 stars deserving 7 stars and more. We enjoyed an exquisite dinner celebrating my cousin’s engagement. Welcomed like royalties, surrounded by beautiful people […]

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Beyt Amir

The charming city often hides in the least expected places gems that leave you astonished. How many times have I walked down that street in Clemenceau but never did I pay attention to what is now “Beyt Amir”. Not surprised though from the gem seekers behind Motto, Makan and Zawarib to find us that precious […]

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Brassica: Gotta love My Mustard family!

Many many restaurants are opening to a point you can’t keep track anymore. But something has to make one different from the other, what would it be the cuisine, the location… Honestly I started seeing that customer service plays the major role in making me come back. I have to add that it is becoming […]

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Lingua café: a surprising mix and a lot more to be told

Beware of the appearances, as behind the most modest doors hide the best experience. A new resto café opened its doors in Sin El Fil, in the same building as The American Lebanese Language Center, where young Jad took in charge a family location and turned it into “Lingua” as he was inspired by the location […]

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A la saj

Re routing the saj history, this time from Montreal back to Beirut, A la saj opened its doors in Wardyeh Hamra. Transferring a know how that was spread over several countries, from Canada, to Panama, South Africa, Morocco, Jordan, UAE and now Lebanon. As they describe themselves, A la saj represents fusion take on the […]

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Tawlet catering, the new service by Tawlet Souk el tayeb; united for the love of food

Make food not war is not just a slogan, it is a mantra by which the Tawlet, Beit and Souk el Tayeb family live by. Kamal Mouzawak is acknowledged world-wide for his dedication to empower farmers, local producers and mothers working with passion and saving the Lebanese heritage special to each village. What started as […]

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