Tawlet launches Aasha el khamis

Tawlet launches Aasha el khamis

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Lebanese restaurant Tawlet is launching a new concept called Aasha el Khamis, which stands for Thursday’s dinner. Every Thursday night, local and international chefs, farmers, cooks, winemakers and other food lovers will share their passions, their stories, their dreams and a dinner.

On December 20th, meet Tarek Alameddine, chef at Noma in Copenhagen, four-time winner of the ‘World’s Best Restaurant’ title. Tarek will show us how to turn Lebanese traditions and ingredients into a fine-dining experience with different mixtures and daring gastronomic techniques. The dishes will be paired with Sept wines. Sept is a new winery on the Lebanese scene with wines from different parts of Lebanon and various grape varieties: Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon from Nehla, two biodynamic reds; Cuvée du Soleil, an organic red, and two white wines, Obeideh and Viognier.

Price per person: 70 USD + VAT including drinks and dinner

Meet the chef at 7pm

Dinner served at 8pm

On December 27th, meet Hanan Sayed Worrell, author of Table Tales, The Global Nomad Cuisine of Abu Dhabi. The book explores culinary diversity with over 100 recipes and 40 stories from different contributors, who formed communities through the sharing of food, traditions and cultures. Besides home cooks, Table Tales introduces us to some of the restaurateurs behind the city’s culinary culture of reinvention and collaboration. Chef Marjon Ajami, founder of Nolu’s Restaurants in Abu Dhabi, is one of the restaurateurs featured in Table Tales. She will celebrate the cuisine of her heritage, by preparing an array of traditional Afghani dishes. Enjoy these Afghani specialties paired with Chateau Marsyas wines.

Price per person: 40 USD + VAT including drinks and dinner

Meet the author and book signing at 7pm

Dinner at 8pm

On January 3rd meet Jamil Haddad, owner of The Colonel Project, a microbrewery and microdistillery on a green platform in the heart of Batroun. Jamil will launch his new Gin “Gata” and turn Tawlet into a “Ginno” party to start the year!  Gata Gin & Secreterre Vodka cocktails, Colonel craft beer, and street food will be on the menu. DJ Rea B will turn Tawlet into a dance floor!

Price per person: 40 USD + VAT including drinks and dinner

Chit Chat at 7pm

Dinner at 8 pm

Party till late

On January 10th meet Ahmad Khodr Boukhdal, known as Abou Rabih, producer at Souk El Tayeb since 2004 and owner of one of the first organic farms in Lebanon located in  Bebneen, Akkar. Abou Rabih will share with us his organic dreams, his story, his daily life as a farmer…and a dinner! Dishes highlighting his seasonal organic products will be paired with Chateau Marsyas wines.

Price per person: 40 USD + VAT including drinks and dinner

Chit Chat at 7pm

Dinner at 8 pm


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