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Kabbara Cafe: Lebanese Cuisine in Bacolod City


Last evening, my wife, our son, a nephew and our best Filipino friend and I went to The Billboards on a mission. We wanted to eat at Kabbara Cafe. 405 more words

Bacolod City

Al Laylou ya Layla…

It was the night after the movie that buried all movies… at the box office I mean… and Haru San wanted to try Lebanese food, he also wanted to choose the place himself… Chicho and I looked at each other… not sure if it was wise to let him do that… but we decided that we will, at least once… and that he did, he went right to Gemayzeh: Kahwit Layla… (Café Layla) 1,346 more words

Gastongourmand

Meza, Tooting Broadway

As a new resident of Tooting, I decided to try one of its many restaurants for a catch up with my fellow Tooting friend.

On my friend’s recommendation, we chose Meza, a Lebanese restaurant situated on Mitcham Road. 132 more words

Eating Out

Experimenting in the Kitchen - Chicken Ghallaba

Every time I go back home to Detroit, I always go to one of my favorite Lebanese restaurants (Grape Leaves) for Lamb Ghallaba. I’ve been craving it for awhile so I decided to make my own version but with chicken. 295 more words

A Beaux Stratagem for a Hot Weekend

Sydney has changed its clock to Daylight Saving and we’re getting days of high 20s and even towards 40ºC on several days this week.  It is fitting that it’s ending with a thunder storm and a sprinkle. 321 more words

Diary

Eggplant salad with yogurt

 I always cook this dish whenever I have crowds for dinner or lunch. It works as a salad and a vegetarian main. It’s important that you use thick, greek type yogurt here. 353 more words

Vegetarian

Lebanese Food Fest @ Colony, The Raintree, St Marys Road - Oct 02 to Oct 18th

My love for Lebanese food:

As part of Chennai Food Guide’s Bloggers development initiative, I got an invite to attend the Lebanese food fest at Colony, The Raintree, St Marys Road, and I was overjoyed. 1,376 more words

Chennai