The economic crisis in Lebanon has forced many Lebanese restaurateurs to chase new opportunities for their brands abroad, away from soaring inflation rates and political instability. Nagi Morkos, founding and managing partner at Hodema consulting services, tells us more about the Lebanese concepts that have made their way to the French capital.
Lebanese entrepreneur Kamal Mouzawak is showcasing the richness of the Lebanese cuisine in France with the launch of Tawlet Paris on January 12, 2022. The restaurant celebrates the culinary traditions of each region in Lebanon, promoting local ingredients while encouraging cooks to rediscover old recipes.
The 5th iteration of Rencontres d’Arles, France, taking place between July 1st till September 22nd will host Kamal Mouzawak, founder of Lebanon’s Tawlet, a series of cooperative restaurants established in 2009. This project highlights the ‘savoir faire’ of women hailing from different regions of the country, as well as their...
René Redzepi, is a 42-year old Danish chef and co-owner of the two-Michelin star restaurant Noma. Located in Copenhagen, it has been voted number one in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list four times since launch. Redzepi is credited with popularizing new Nordic food and his restaurant is believed to be the most influential of the past decade.
To mark the changes brought about to Lebanon’s food scene, Kamal Mouzawak, Souk El Tayeb’s founder will be celebrating the brand’s 15th birthday with a host of unmissable events at the 2019 annual Garden Show, the venue where it all started.
With vacation season in full swing, National Geographic recently earmarked Lebanon as a must-visit destination for the summer of 2018, not for its landmarks and sites, but rather the food. HN spoke to the stakeholders who were involved in achieving this success for the nation