AWAN: Arab Women Artists Now

It goes without saying that artists in the Arab world are faced with extreme challenges when it comes to creating work, let alone displaying it. In the Middle East and North African regions, the promotion and preservation of culture are even more imperative than in many other places around the world, now, even more than…

Ten Things From Tel AvivBefore team Berber & Q embarked on the

nitty gritty of setting up the second restaurant, Shawarma Bar. It was imperative that some crucial research was undertaken. It’s not an easy life this restaurant business, it’s a tough job, and google certainly can’t do it, sooo,.. 5 tickets to Israel please!! Hummus, from Abu Hassan in Jaffa – to coin a phrase ‘the…

Hassan Hajjaj

There’s a Moroccan artist we’ve been in love with since we started thinking about the interior design of Berber & Q Grill House back in 2015. His photography caught our eyes and in some way inspired us straight away, because we found some similarities between the way he’s depicting Morocco and Arabic culture, and what…

Beirut’s underground art

We always had a love affair with Lebanon, and not just for its cuisine packed with bold flavours and vivid colours, which sometimes our chefs take inspiration  from. There’s also a powerful underground art movement, particularly in Beirut, made of young artists, that are coming out from the ashes of a terrible civil war trying…