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Nour - A New and Modern Lebanese Restaurant in Sydney

Nour (“Light” in Arabic) is a new Sydney restaurant that’s taken the former home of Tokonoma on Crown Street in Surry Hills. It presents classic Middle Eastern flavours in a fresh and exciting way and is unlike any other Lebanese restaurant in Sydney. 162 more words

Eating & Drinking

Brioche with Mahleb Date Paste and Walnuts

There’s something about making brioche from scratch that brings comfort and pleasure: the rich smell of butter and yeast, the pillowy soft dough beneath your hands, the quiet hours of the kitchen, the dark golden loaf rising in the oven. 761 more words


Zaatar W Zeit

As a Lebanese food enthusiast myself, I made my way to Zaatar W Zeit, near Hotel Shangri-La in Financial Centre. Known for its healthy variations, Zaatar W Zeit has about 10 outlets in Dubai itself. 320 more words


Lebanese Tabbouleh

Serves 10-15 people


1/2 cup fine bulgher

6 scallions (thinly sliced)

5 medium tomatoes (seeded and chopped)

2 English cucumbers (peeled and cut into 1/2 inch chunks) 87 more words


Lona Grill House & Juice Bar

One of the places I’ve eaten at more than anywhere else on earth (except possibly the kebab shop down the road from me) is Lona on Gloucester Road. 374 more words


L'autre Coté de Novembre

Maryanne Zéhil
Maryanne Zéhil
Arsinée Khanjian, Raïa Haïdar, Beatrice Moukhaiber, Pascale Bussières, Marc Labrèche

Léa est une neurochirurgienne vivant au Québec et Layla est une couturière vivant dans un village éloigné au Liban. 59 more words

Introduction to Lebanon

Lebanon is located right on the Mediterranean sea, which borders it to the west. Syria is to the north, with Israel located on its southern border. 577 more words

Foreign Culture