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Ayam Elezz - Restaurant Review

Ayam Elezz – A traditional authentic Lebanese cuisine restaurant situated in The Mall, Jumeirah Road – won our heart instantly.

This restaurant offers you a glimpse of historic Lebanon; it had a nostalgic vibe in all its elements from its vibrant vintage décor to the delicious food. 611 more words


Fairouz - Eh Fi Amal [2010]

Fairouz – Eh Fi Amal
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All Day Maxi

We usually tend to think of long dresses as a night-outfit option but there is nothing more attractive than an unexpected maxi dress during the day, even more so if it is filled with a striking print. 43 more words


5 Must-translates from Literary Agent Yasmina Jraissati

Ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair, Lebanese literary agent Yasmina Jraissati has five new must-translates to add to her list:

Jraissati promises: “A novel by one the most interesting emerging voices in Lebanon”; a new novel by Man Booker International finalist Hoda Barakat; novelist by International Prize for Arabic Fiction-shortlisted novelists Youssef Fadel, of Morocco, and Najwa Bin Shatwan, of Libya; and a new nonfiction work by PEN Pinter-winning Syrian novelist and activist Samar Yazbek. 694 more words


#Delightful Meal | Authentic Lebanese dishes served with a view @Jedoudna, JBR

My new found love for Lebanese food encourages me to try new restaurants every time. Accordinlgy I made my way to try a new spot, Jedoudna, located right in the heart of JBR. 466 more words


Queen Donair

I’ve passed by Queen Donair more times than I can count but never had the urge to stop in. Well, we were crunched for time after a spot we wanted to try was closed for August holidays. 167 more words


A Middle Eastern feast @ Damascena, Temple Row

If you ask any foodie in Birmingham where to go for epic Middle Eastern grub, the chances are the name Damascena might crop up. And when I say might I mean absolutely will. 1,027 more words