Ordering food online: foodonclick.com vs hellofood.com

I tested two online services today: www.foodonclick.com and hellofood.com It was my first experience with both of them. This is my personal feedback: foodonclick.com To use this service, one needs Continue Reading →

Where to eat open chicken wings in Lebanon all year round?

Chicken wings can be quite addictive. I’ve been trying to put up a list for addicts who crave the open chicken wings formula with drinks. Where is it possible to Continue Reading →

Ambassador Steak at Roadster Diner

A couple of days ago, I went for a walk in CityMall. I hadn’t eaten all day and found myself hungry; so I headed to the Roadster Diner. As I Continue Reading →

Blog Action Day 2011: Food

It’s Blog Action Day time of the year. This year the subject is about Food.  There is a lot to talk about when it comes to what/when/why/when/why etc.. we eat. Continue Reading →

Bettelstudent & Wiebel’s Wirsthaus, Vienna, Austria

The Bettelstudent is a very cosy nice place. They serve a variety of Austrian dishes and beer. I loved the wood decor and the ambiance. Food was good too! The only thing Continue Reading →

Figlmüller, Vienna, Austria

The first time I went to the Figlmüller, it looked like this: Hmm, people were WAITING to get in? REALLY? That day, I was too hungry and impatient, so I Continue Reading →

My take on the Feast for Change event

I had the honor to attend the Feast For Change event yesterday. Food was remarkable, it was really crowded, music was good. The only thing I’d like to point out Continue Reading →

Food places in Lebanon: Are you serious about your business?

When we look around, it’s obvious that food business works pretty well in Lebanon. New places open every now and then, others close and some remain. Those who remain are Continue Reading →

Monster egg bubble

Monster egg bubble! I wonder if it’s the  Djéjé by Synapsis!

A storm in Lebanon: Damages on agriculture

Why import when we can do better? We can do better but the problem is that we do not have any support. The problem is that we work with honesty. Continue Reading →