The Lebanese and Mediterranean Kitchen

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When someone visits our restaurant and tries the food, one knows immediately the difference between a Restaurant Commercially set up and a Restaurant that happens to Feel like a home;  a Home feel with it’s  Cleanliness, Cleanliness, Cleanliness, Cleanliness. Our customers walk in and leave wanting to make an impression on us instead of the other way around. Just as if the visit was to relative’s house, and the attempt is to leave a good impression after their visit, to leave with their clean table and or give up their table to other guests or introduce themselves and talk to others totally strangers to them, just as everyone does when they find themselves […]

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Mediterranean Restaurants

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Why is Mediterranean Cuisine so Popular? one asks. It is first and foremost as simple a cuisine as it gets; this cuisine uses basic, simple and earthly ingredients found all around the eastern and Northern edges of the Mediterranean Sea. The focus in the cuisine is on Hearty vegetables, leafy greens, olive oils and fresh and simple mixes of spices that the western world had long moved away from, but slowly getting back to. No complications here and no secrets to their mix either, it is as simple as the Trio as we always called in our house fresh Garlic, Fresh Lemon juice and the ever […]

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Lahmajeen, Lahmajune, lahmacun, Lahmajoun or LahmBajeen Lebanese

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Lahmajeen, Lahmajune, Lahmajoun, lahmacun or LahmBajeen or whatever you call it, is probably the most thought after oven baked flat bread sandwich in Lebanon and throughout the Middle East, Turkey included. It is so popular people are always looking for the best places that serves it. Not all Restaurants, Bakeries or specialty eateries can make this delicious and fragile flat bread. Its secret is and has always been in the mixtures or Toppings, but even then not many can really duplicate its original paper thin Flat Bread. What is amazing about it, is that thin piece of dough getting baked in 400 + degree oven, […]

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Lebanese Mediterranean Cuisine (a one of a kind)

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Lebanese cuisine includes an abundance of starches, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat, and when red meat is eaten it is usually lamb on the coast and goat meat in the mountain regions. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil, often seasoned by lemon juice. Rarely does a meal goes by in Lebanon which does not include these ingredients. Most often foods are either grilled, baked or sautéed in olive oil; butter or cream is rarely used other than in a few desserts. Vegetables are often eaten raw or pickled as […]

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