INKED hosts TAWLET for RAMADAN
Tawlet Souk El Tayeb IS BACK at INKED during this year’s holy month of Ramadan.
Tawlet is a "mom’s kitchen and table” concept where cooks from different regions of Lebanon will be sharing dishes drawing from their own history, traditions, and hometown flavors.
Tawlet, which means "table" in Arabic, was founded by Kamal Mouzawak who has been using food to bring people together for years. Tawlet is both a celebration of food and traditions that unite communities and the culture of sustainable agriculture, as well as a social business where profit is generated to support farmers, cooks, and producers. It tells a story about Lebanon -- of a land, of people, and of their roots and origins, through the one expression that travels through time and space: food.
All freshly prepared in INKED’s open kitchens, a generous offering of authentic Lebanese favorites will be served in a buffet of mezze and tabkhats (home made stews) like ‘Yakhnet koussa’, ‘kebbe nayeh’, a ‘saj’ live station and a big selection of other dishes, raw meats, salads, soups and vegetarian plates as well as delicious desserts or ‘helo arabe’ such as 'laymounieh', 'jazarieh' and more; an opportunity to experience tastes from every part of the varied country.
There will be one Iftar seating starting at Maghrib time (doors will open at 6:30pm) until 9pm and one dinner seating from 9:30pm to 11:30pm. The Cooks of Tawlet will be preparing every other day a different menu of Lebanese home cooked favorites well as a variety of desserts and hot and cold beverages. The experience is priced at AED 275 per person including VAT and AED 130 for children between 5 to 11 years old.
INKED can be privately booked for Ramadan, for both Iftar and Dinner for groups of up to 100 people.
Corporate bookings available upon request.