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Restaurant Meets Design 117: Yellow Table, Lebanon

By Nogarlicnoonions @nogarlicnoonion

Like we have said times before, the Dbayeh area in Lebanon now boasts a number of unique restaurants. One that recently caught my attention is Yellow Table – which is part of Origami Academy, an activities center for both adults and children alike.

Restaurant Meets Design 117: Yellow Table, Lebanon

Although I didn’t get the chance to try their food yet, I stopped for a quick latte just to satisfy my curiosity as I pass by it often, but never got the chance to actually experience it.

Restaurant Meets Design 117: Yellow Table, Lebanon

From the outside, architecturally, the place looks amazingly modern. I stepped into the Yellow Table and was amazed by the original decor and architecture of the place. Huge cloud like chandeliers welcome you into a multilevel space… The place is spacious with different corners and seating arrangements that will meet any needs. A lot of interesting design details to enjoy – the mirrors, colored seating areas, raw gray walls, little bookshelf, the bar area, the dangling lights…

Restaurant Meets Design 117: Yellow Table, Lebanon

I checked their menu, an interesting variety of international cuisine… I enjoyed the place as I sipped into their tasty Latte and will be coming back soon for a full review…

Restaurant Meets Design 117: Yellow Table, Lebanon

 


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