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Our Top Ten from 2015!Read more "Motto-Makan’s Top 10 Moments of 2015"
We have a vacancy for a well-organised assistant, to manage our bookings and help with communications. Details and FAQs below. == Bookings and Communications Assistant Mótto / Makan / BEYt / Zawal == Your job will be to handle bookings for Motto, Makan and Beyt. For the right candidate there is also the opportunity to […]Read more "Motto is recruiting!"
This week Makan welcomes Ismail Darmin, chef of the Indonesian Ambassador to Lebanon, with veteran guest chef Ana Nur for an extra special menu. Ismail and Ana will bring to Beirut all the diversity and flavour of Indonesian cooking. Ana says she’s excited to be back cooking for Makan/Mótto: “I owe the restaurant big time […]Read more "Salt, pepper, spices… And love: Indonesia’s national dish comes to Makan"
When you put a British woman in charge of brunch, this, my friends, is what you get: Marmite. Made from a by-product of the beer making process, it’s a salty, yeasty, spread commonly eaten on toast. It’s utterly delicious. Many Brits are brought up on Marmite – to me, it tastes of home. Of cups […]Read more "Love it or hate it… Marmite comes to Mótto"
We learned something new today at Mótto. Kankun is a Sri Lankan leafy vegetable, with its own Wikipedia page. It’s the main ingredient in this delicious salad, made by Nimal for Monday’s lunch: Tuesday we have stuffed aubergine. Don’t miss it!Read more "Kankun"
We had our first press coverage today, and it’s a rave review! “You can eat delicious authentic cuisine in a charming rustic setting all for the cost of – wait for it – whatever you feel is fair.” Thanks Venetia Rainey of the Daily Star!Read more "Hot off the press"