Lebanese restaurant Al Falamanki, which opened its doors in Dubai’s Jumeirah earlier this year, has launched a store offering traditional Lebanese products.
The store, “Dekkanet Al Falamanki” offers traditional village products such as spices, olive oil, jam, pickles and organic herbs, in addition to kitchenware crafted by Lebanese designers.
The products available are branded with the names of their original producers.
Inspired by Lebanese wrestler Khalil Al Falamanki, the restaurant was first established in Beirut in 2008 by restaurateurs Tony Ramy, Mario Jr, Haddad and investors Sheikh Najib Abou Hamze and Mohamad Siblani.
The concept is reminiscent of the Lebanese capital during the 1960s.