I can’t lie and say that I don’t have some cooking skills, but most of the times I am too lazy to execute a recipe since I don’t have time to prepare the ingredients. There are also the other kind of people who are just not into cooking, or the ones who actually feel like […]
Bou Melhem: when lent and light rhyme together!
Bou melhem has a new Lent -light menu with tasty options
Beyt Amir: an escapade to the beautiful old Beirut
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]