Enjoying Lebanese cuisine at Amar Cafè: a multi-sensory dining spot in Beirut

Amar Cafè in Beirut

Amar Cafè, completed by interior architect Gregory Gatserelia, serves modern lebanese cuisine in a high-end, multi-sensory décor imbued with artistic flair and ambient lights.

Amar Cafè in Beirut

The Amar Café experience emerged from an artistic vision of blending the name of the restaurant that means “Moon” to the concept of Hookah smoke. Guests are invited to dine within a luxurious interior, reflecting colorful lighting while enjoying the finest Lebanese cuisine.

Binding the different elements of the space together is a mesmerizing installation by Italian artist Jacopo Foggini that seemingly floats across the restaurant ceiling.

Amar Cafè in Beirut

To evoke that unique cultural blend, Foggini shaped his installation like a cloud of smoke that undulates across the interiors. The cloud of smoke brings people together to share food and celebrate life and this concept is represented with a great polycarbonate installation on the ceiling and multi-colored lights emphasize the multi-sensorial atmosphere of Amar Cafè.

Amar Cafè in Beirut
Amar Cafè in Beirut
Federica Belloni

Federica Belloni

Researcher in the field of experiential design.
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