Another restaurant of Lebanon takes its Lebanese culinary excellence across the borders. After the great news of Tawlet opening in Paris last week, here comes the news of another amazing restaurant launching in Dubai.
Café Beirut, also known as Kahwet Beirut, just had its opening in Al Murooj Complex Downtown, Dubai. The event was announced by Rabih Fakhreddine, founder and CEO of 7 Management, a club and bar operator in Beirut and Dubai.
And it is not just any café as its name might suggest. It’s a restaurant of luxurious decor with a warm atmosphere.
The stunning interior design represents and reflects the Lebanese heritage, a harmony of traditional, retro, and modern with a glass-dome ceiling, traditional tiles and ceramic fountains, and, sure do, olive trees!
The overall interior design showcases the golden age of Lebanon and the charm of Beirut specifically.
An alluring setting that is matched by tempting and well-presented meals representing the fine taste of the Lebanese culture and the rich Beiruti ambiance.
The extensive menu has it probably all that one would expect from a fine Lebanese traditional restaurant: hummus, stuffed vine leaves, batata harra, fattoush, and other cold and hot mezze like chicken livers, makanek, and falafel, in addition to the main courses and the famed Lebanese desserts like Knefeh and Osmalieh.