Tonight, AALIA is concluding their esteemed 2023 Chef Series with a spectacular finale featuring the world-renowned French-Lebanese Michelin-starred chef, Alan Geaam, as their distinguished guest. Collaborating with AALIA’s Executive Chef, Paul Farag, this event will offer an incredible Middle Eastern culinary experience.
Alan Geaam is the only Lebanese chef to earn a Michelin star in Paris and is celebrated for his Lebanese heritage dishes prepared with a French twist. Well known for his dedication to culinary innovation and pushing the boundaries, Alan is bringing his distinct blend of flavours to Sydney, promising an extraordinary dining adventure. The collaboration between these talented chefs marks the end of AALIA’s 2023 Chef Series.
The menu features an array of dishes such as hummus cornet with trout roe and nuts and lobster with freekeh and arak. For dessert, guests are invited to indulge in a sweet brik pastry baklava with cashew ice cream and preserved quince, and a Mouhalabia lollipop.
Michelin-star Chef Alan Geaam expressed his excitement, saying, “This will be the first time we embark on emulating the ‘Alan Geaam dining experience’ anywhere else in the world. I am so excited to delve into Sydney’s fresh and local ingredients to bring a creative, beautiful, and delicious menu to life with chef paul and his team. I am beyond excited to give Australian diners the best possible experience”
AALIA’s Executive Chef, Paul Farag, added, “At AALIA we’re dedicated to pushing boundaries, that’s why our chef series has been some of our most successful and much-loved evenings for our guests. I’m so excited to be collaborating with Alan, and create an exceptional menu that introduces a new perspective on Middle Eastern cuisine”
To complement the menu, Head Sommelier Eleonore Wulf has carefully curated two wine pairings and one non-alcoholic pairing, showcasing a variety of Lebanese wines.
With limited seating available, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Join AALIA for an unforgettable evening with Alan Geaam, with tickets priced at $220 per person.