"e House of Re­possi - tak­ing a de­tour from the con­ven­tional world

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La Crêperie: re­defin­ing el­e­gant sim­plic­ity

The his­toric Jounieh res­tau­rant La Crêperie re­opens a$er an ex­ten­sive ren­o­va­tion, with an up­dated con­cept French Provence be­ing the main in­spi­ra­tion. "e charm­ing op­u­lence res­onates with the res­tau­rant's nos­tal­gic feel whilst com­pli­ment­ing the serene at­mos­phere that over­looks the Mediter­ranean. Set in­side a his­toric, cream-col­ored Le­banese stone house built in 1800; La Crêperie has gone on to make a name for it­self since its orig­i­nal open­ing in 1968. "e res­tau­rant has played a ma­jor role in the lives of many Le­banese peo­ple, with some remembering their !rst date, their !rst kiss and fall­ing in love while din­ing at the rep­utable es­tab­lish­ment. In 2012, the res­tau­rant shut down for ren­o­va­tions, re­open­ing in 2015, un­der the aus­pices of Sky Man­age­ment, the lead­ing hos­pi­tal­ity man­age­ment and event pro­duc­tion !rm in the Mid­dle East. With places like SKY­BAR roo$op club, Liza res­tau­rant and O1NE House of En­ter­tain­ment to their name, Sky Man­age­ment has only ex­panded upon their al­ready im­pres­sive port­fo­lio by in­clud­ing La Crêperie. O'er­ing both an in­ter­na­tional and Mediter­ranean menu cre­ated by chef Vedish Ur­dassee, La Crêperie boasts an ar­ray of del­i­ca­cies such as ten­der cuts of beef, fresh !sh, pasta and var­i­ous sal­ads - as well as cre­ative sweet and sa­vory crêpes.

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