More than 40 Meze varieties, the richest of all Mezes
The Lebanese Meze includes raw meat, cooked meat, fresh and cooked vegetables, salads, beans, cheese, baked bites, sausages, seafood, etc.
Served in 2 rounds, Cold and Hot
Vegetables, cheese and raw meet Mezes are served first, followed by baked bites, cooked meat, seafood, sausages, birds, frog legs, etc.
High in fiber, protein, vitamins
Thanks to the intensive use of green vegetables, beans, dairy products, seafood and meat.
So many Vegan dishes in the Lebanese Meze
A third of the Meze varieties at least are Vegan!
Healthy and Olive Oil based
You can skip the fried items and add olive oil to every single dish of the Meze. Seasonings also use many Mediterranean herbs and condiments like parsley, coriander, garlic, lemon and onions, each with known health benefits.
And most important...Meze is shared food, a Mood creator!
Some like to start with the famous lentil soup...
A yellow soup made with red lentils and oriental condiments. The thick texture is naturally obtained from the lentils without adding any cream or dairy product.
Vegan and vegetarian creamy Mezze where you simply dip a piece of Lebanese bread shaped like a spoon between your fingers and enjoy the famous "Le'meh" or bite, a natural hand gesture that compares to no other!
Another Lebanese dip made out of the famous Tehina, a thick sesame oil. The so called Tarator sauce is combined to fish and onions to make the Tajen. Our octopus is simply irresistible when served with a lot of garlic, lemon and parsley leaves.