Hani Mirza, Managing Director at Bin Mirza International has the neck for greatness, graduated with honors from Regent’s University, he embarked in a culinary journey running franchise restaurants, cafes and developing a bakery café since 2004 in Oman.
With over 24 years of experience in luxury hospitality, he brings a wealth of experience from managing luxury properties.
Chef Issa Al Balushi, head chef of Al Mouj Muscat and Al Mouj Golf Club has over 13 years of experience and is a man of many titles, including president of Oman Chef’s Guild and brand ambassador of A’saffa. Here, he gives us the lowdown on what’s cooking in Oman.
The National Hospitality Institute (NHI) in Oman is providing aspiring chefs with valuable skills to launch their careers. We spoke to the institute’s president, Robert MacLean, to learn more about the local culinary scene and what to expect from Oman’s hospitality sector in the future.
A third-generation hotelier with 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Michel Nader has worked in France, Lebanon, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Spain and the UAE. He currently holds the position of area vice president for the UAE at Marriott International.
Sara Khairallah, founder and principal interior architect of SK-Touch Interior Architecture Studio, gives us a sneak peek into her world and tells us how she is bringing interiors to life with her unique style.
In November, members of l’Académie Libanaise de la Gastronomie organized a lunch at Le Phénicien restaurant (Horch Tabet, Beirut) to award the owner, Habib Hadid, with the Special Price.
Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals is part of Feed the Planet, an initiative to promote food sustainability.
Syrian chef Mohammad Orfali has turned his passion for food into a family affair by launching Orfali Bros with his siblings Wassim and Omar. The trendy bistro in Dubai serves reimagined Levantine dishes that constantly push the boundaries. Here, we learn more about the concept.