Do you want to explore a new Lebanese restaurant? Do you miss the flavours of your childhood? Café Beirut, located in the Al Murooj Complex in downtown Beirut, is the place to go. Everything in this new restaurant, also known as Kahwet Beirut, which opened on Monday, January 10, tells a storey about Beirut’s streets. In the massive indoor dining room, there are black and white pictures, a typical porcelain water fountain, and an olive tree! That conjures up images of a bustling metropolis brimming with life and culture.
A Labour Of Love Motivated By A Desire To Bring Beirut’s True Spirit To Dubai
The songs of Fairouz, Sabah, Wadih El Safi, and others, regarded to many as Beirut’s lifeblood, bring the design to life. Café Beirut is the restaurant’s third new venture. At 7 Management, there are nightlife masterminds as well. The brains behind Le Rose’s success. BO18, February 30. Antika, BO18, February 30. Seven Sisters and the Theater This one, though, is a little different. It’s a labour of love. A labour of love motivated by the desire to convey Beirut’s real soul to Dubai.
Classic Lebanese Dishes Are Served As A Tribute To Beirut And Its People
Their crew at Café Beirut is remembering their forefathers’ city as it was in its prime when it was known as the Middle East’s Switzerland. It is still their home, and it is still lovely, gorgeous, and it still draws them back by their heartstrings gently but firmly. He seemed to be well on his way to accomplishing this. The carefully produced variety of typical Lebanese cuisine is a tribute to Beirut and its people.
Breakfast is served all day. Ballina with pine nuts, eggs, and soujouk, as well as the fattest hummus and grilled halloumi cheese, are all on the menu! The ideal way to start your day. A large assortment of cold and hot mezze is available for lunch. Mouttabal, Warak Enab, and Shanklish are all from Mouttabal. Labneh with garlic for sautéed chicken livers, Makanek for falafel tacos, and so forth. And ras Asfour with tabbouleh and delicious, sticky pomegranate molasses. A grill menu is also available. All of the regular suspects will be performing. There’s lamb fillet and shawarma, as well as daily-changing dishes and a kids’ menu.
From The Outdoor Terrace, The Views Of The Burj Khalifa Are Breathtaking
The beverages are amusing. Our favourites include the tiramisu latte, date frappucino, Oreoccino, and Beit El-Din, which are made with a fresh Kumquat, passion fruit syrup, brown sugar, and ginger ale. A Caramel Peanut Butter Milkshake is also available. Of all, this is Dubai, and this is a restaurant run by one of the city’s top restaurateurs at the moment. While the concept and dish are obviously Beirut, the setting is unmistakably Dubai. From the outdoor terrace, the views of the Burj Khalifa are breathtaking. However, this may not be your major motivation for visiting Café Beirut. We love a good storey, and Cafe Beirut’s is one that deserves to be told.