Lebanese Chef Just Expanded To Paris With A New Grocery Store

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Lebanese Chef Alan Geaam, a native of Tripoli, north Lebanon, and winner of a prestigious Michelin Star, inaugurated his new venture on March 10th, in Paris, launching a typically Lebanese dekkaneh in Rue Saint-Martin.

Le Doukane is inspired by the traditional small grocery stores in Lebanon, offering an authentic Lebanese feel with Lebanon-produced goods, including mouneh, desserts, wines, spices, and more.

Holder of French citizenship, the Lebanese Chef and entrepreneur operates four restaurants in France, namely Auberge Nicolas Flamel, Alan Geaam Restaurant, Bistrot Qasti, and Qasti Shawarma & Grill.

His restaurants are all inspired by Lebanese cuisine, even though he did not study in the cooking field.

Chef Geaam has until now lived and traveled in/to Liberia, Lebanon, the United States, Italy, and the Czech Republic, and he takes his Lebanese heritage everywhere he goes.