Restaurant Tawlet by Kamal Mouzawak

Lebanon’s celebrated restaurateur and kitchen activist has opened a Paris outpost of his acclaimed Beirut originated farmers’ kitchen and dining room.

Straight from the eastern shores of the Mediterranean, chef and creator of the first farmers' market in Beirut, Kamal Mouzawak brings healthy and inspiring dishes, featuring classic Lebanese ingredients to Paris. With his string of restaurants Mouzawak has been helping Lebanese women and Syrian refugees to transform their lives by working at his establishments. 

The Paris outpost of Tawlet, which means “table” - is expected to be just like in Beirut - communal wooden tables dominating the main dining area with plants and paintings adding splashes of color and contrast - alongside a small indoor garden and a grocery area for take-out meals. There's no menu just an ever-evolving daily buffet - from a rotation of cooks - serving seasonal, simple homestyle dishes - championing small-scale producers and the celebration of culinary traditions. 

Ideal For

Middle Eastern feasts, authentic homemade cuisine