Esco-bar Coctel y Cocina has opened its doors in the stylish Palm West Beach Dubai. The casual bar-restaurant oozes authentic Latin culture with its cuisine, range of beverages, intricate interiors and vivacious vibes.
With a background in engineering, Samer Kobeissi found his calling in the kitchen, where he was drawn to a world of architecturally beautiful, flavorful and textured desserts. We took time out with the talented chef in his vibrant Beirut pastry shop to discover his likes, dislikes and what drives him to deliver his best in each and every creation.
With more than 26 years of experience in the hotel industry, having held key positions at InterContinental Hotels Group, Movenpick Hotels and Resorts and Le Royal Hotels and Resorts, Issam Ajouz has been appointed general manager of Hilton Amman. The seasoned hotelier was recently recognized by Hilton’s senior leadership team for delivering exceptional hospitality.
Slated to open on November 7, Salmontini Le Bistro is the bistro version of the popular concept Salmontini Le Resto, which provides guests with a place to enjoy salmon, meat and sushi.
Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Nightclubs and Pastries in Lebanon joins forces with the Beirut Marathon Association
The Beirut Marathon, an event that gathers together local and international amateur runners and athletes, has partnered with the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs and Pastries in Lebanon in order to raise awareness on the importance of sports and promote jogging.
Anood Ahmad Ali Al Efaishat, shop owner and manager of Victorian chocolate, believes that every occasion should be celebrated in style. Here, we to find out about her leading gourmet chocolate concept, the pastry scene in Jordan and what’s on the horizon.
Garo Salkhanian has over 45 years of experience in leading Saltek, an expert in bakery equipment. As the company’s chairman and CEO, he tells us more about the key to success.
With 7,000 exhibitors and 400,000 exhibited products, this year’s edition of SIAL Paris (October 15-19, 2022) was an innovation-centric edition, reminding industry players that they are all active participants in the change that is underway and the importance of environmental, ethical, digital and demographic challenges facing the planet. It also addressed the challenges of food security, changes in consumption habits and the importance of scouting out new talent, as well as nurturing the “young shoots” who are eager to actively contribute to tomorrow’s ecosystem. This year, SIAL, the world’s biggest biannual trade fair, attracted over 310,000 visitors importers and distributors from Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Lebanese products featured high on the menu, with the participation of a selection of suppliers considered to be at the forefront of some of theindustry.
RDCL’s “Keys to Recovery: Revitalizing Lebanon’s Tourism Sector” roundtable reaffirms Lebanese will to rise again
On September 30, 2022, the RDCL, an association of business people who share the same vision of the Lebanese economy, organized a roundtable to discuss the keys to recovery and the means to revitalize Lebanon’s tourism sector.