Designed to reference the forgotten beauty of 1960's Beirut, 'The Paris of The Middle East', Maison Libanaise seamlessly transports guests back to a time of nourishing fare and familial hospitality. Boasting three distinctive offerings, the vertical space was created to showcase the warming nature of Lebanese culture and the vibrancy of its food.
On entry, Le Comptoir offers kebabs, salads and sides on the go, while above, Le Salon presents a more intimate option with a menu of hot and cold mezze, accompanied by Asia’s leading Lebanese wine list. Finally, hidden away from the hustle of Central Hong Kong sits La Buvette – a cooling rooftop oasis in the heart of the city.
Hailing from Qobayat, Lebanon, Chef Teya Mikhael’s love affair with food began at a very young age, where watching her mother and grandmother transform simple ingredients into rich and resonant meals formed the foundation for her food philosophy. With over six years of experience working in leading kitchens across Lebanon, plus a year-long stint as Head chef at the famed The Lebanese Bakery in Beirut, Mikhael begins an exciting new chapter in her career, joining Black Sheep Restaurants as Head Chef of SoHo’s all-day Lebanese canteen Maison Libanaise.