Dubai's Karam Beirut Opens In Sheikh Zayed’s Capital Promenade
From one hungry city to an even hungrier one, Karam Beirut has just landed in Egypt, and we’re here with all the (generous) tea.
My dearest crumbkins,
It is I, your SceneEats correspondent Fatafeet El-Share’, and I'm here with some deliciously Levantine news that just simply has me (and my stomach) swooning. It seems as though the Gulf-beloved Lebanese eatery Karam Beirut has dabke’d its way to Sheikh Zayed’s Capital Promenade, and I simply cannot contain my elation.
The menu? Well, I'm glad you asked. Karam Beirut delivers precisely what it advertises: authentic Lebanese cuisine, and then some. From the perfection of chargrilled dishes like Khesh Khash, Antabli, and the signature Karam Kebab, to Makanek, Fatayer, and, of course, the classic cold (and hot) mezzes."
As one might humbly describe themselves as a well-travelled individual (after all, my status as a global culinary enthusiast can largely be attributed to my Star Alliance points), my initial encounter with Karam Beirut occurred during a moment of great necessity. Burdened by the weight of numerous luxury shopping bags after a day of navigating the endless corridors of the Mall of Emirates, Karam Beirut provided the culinary sanctuary I sought. The flavours have remained with me, and if you happen to come across my Fatafeato’bile anywhere near Sheikh Zayed soon, you'll know where to find me.
Reporting with taste buds primed,
This is Fatafeat El-Share’.