Le Kébi is a Levantine restaurant in Paris. It offers Lebanese-inspired creations. Le Kébi serves Levantine cuisine seven out of seven days a week from midday until 11pm. The Levantine delicacies can be enjoyed as a full service restaurant or to take away.
The Levantine cuisine
The Levant comprises various countries that are also known as the Land of the Morning or the Land of the Rising Sun (du Soleil Levant). This region includes Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Egypt and Cyprus. These countries are home to one of the healthiest, most wholesome and oldest cuisines in the world - Levantine cuisine.
Levantine cuisine is best known for its mezze. Mixed appetisers that accompany every meal. These include popular dips and salads such as hummus, baba ganoush and tabbouleh, but also lesser-known dishes such as fadi (courgette with yoghurt, lemon and tahini) or pancar (beetroot with yoghurt, garlic and pistachios).
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The typical ingredients of Levantine cuisine are chickpeas, tahini, sheep's cheese, halloumi, aubergine, peppers, courgettes, olives, pomegranates, mint, lemon and yoghurt. These main ingredients are ideal for vegetarians and vegans. There are also many dishes with fish and other seafood, as well as chicken or lamb.
A special feast is the slow-roasted lamb shoulder, which is marinated with spices and served with pomegranates, yoghurt and pistachio sauce.
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Some of the spices used in Levantine cuisine are also familiar to us, such as cumin, cinnamon, turmeric, caraway, nutmeg and cardamom. However, there are also unique Levantine spices such as baharat, an Arabic spice blend, or the intensely sour and fruity flavour of sumac, the dried red fruit of the dyer tree, which is often used as a seasoning and goes particularly well with grilled food. Aromatic herbs such as mint, parsley and coriander are also very popular in Levantine cuisine and refine almost every dish.
Restaurant and take-away
Le Kébi is a restaurant that reinterprets Lebanese cuisine. Here, the customer experiences the perfect combination of art and culinary delights. A visit to Le Kébi restaurant in Paris promises a culinary experience.
With vibrant colours and varied textures, every dish is a feast for the eyes and taste buds. Whether vegetables, fish or meat - in combination with the recipe of fine bulgur with exquisite ingredients from near and far - there is something for everyone here. Le Kébi thus offers a symphony of different flavours.
Duni at Le Kébi
Vibrant colours are reflected in both the kitchen and the interior design at Le Kébi restaurant. This creates a harmonious overall picture that makes a visit to Le Kébi a real experience.
To underline this experience from the interplay of vibrant colours in the food and the surroundings, as well as the Le Kébi brand, the customer uses personalised Dunisoft napkins from Duni in an art print design. Vibrant colours are also used here. The logo in the centre of the napkin once again underlines the brand and the Le Kébi concept.
Thanks to Duni's personalisation, individual customer wishes can be successfully fulfilled.