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Bebabel opens at The Avenues
November 18, 2018, 4:54 pm
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Lebanese casual chic restaurant concept, Bebabel, officially launched in Kuwait at the heart of The Avenues, marking its presence in a total of four markets in the region. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by Dory Rizk, Founder and CEO of Afkar Holding Group, senior management of Alshaya Group and Afkar Holding Group, Chargé d’Affaires of Lebanon in Kuwait, Nisrine Boukaram, and esteemed media members and high dignitaries.

Bebabel has been developed as a modern, chic and innovative concept with emphasis on ‘living the moment’ through shared experiences. Originating from the grandiose of the award-winning Lebanese brand ‘Babel’, Bebabel is the ‘casual chic’ version of Babel offering a delectable Lebanese all-day dining menu, within strikingly elegant surroundings inspired by the Lebanese heritage.

Lebanese Architect and co-founder of Afkar Holding, Claude Abi Saad, is the creative force behind every detail in the Babel and the Bebabel concepts & designs and has been instrumental in seeing them come to life.

The people of Kuwait have grown to love the concept and culture at Babel and now can complete their journey in exploring progressive Lebanese cuisine through Bebabel, which has already built a wide fan base on a regional level.

Every time of the day is a perfect time at Bebabel as guests can enjoy a variety of the menu items including breakfast dishes, salads, mezzes, grills, coffee and dessert. All of which can be relished at any time of the day, while exploring Bebabel’s welcoming blend of progressive Lebanese cuisine that is globally inspired and prepared with fresh local ingredients, and served in a stylish contemporary setting.

Bebabel is located at Grand Avenue at The Avenues and is open from 9am until 11pm. To find out more about the Bebabel experience, visit the Instagram page, @bebabelme.

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