Fatteh – a glorious Lebanese layered dish comprising crispy toasted pita bread, rice with chickpeas & cinnamon, fried aubergine, tomato sauce, roasted chicken with cloves (optional), topped with garlic yoghurt and garnished with flat leaf parsley and toasted pine nuts.
$12 (#vegetarian available)
Tabbouleh – light Lebanese salad comprising tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, bulgur and onion, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt.
Dessert: Chilled Lemon Yoghurt cake with pistachios and berries
Fatteh + Tabbouleh + Cake
#vegetarian options available
Roberto Pont is a half British, half Venezuelan frustrated chef who has worked in finance all his life. He was lucky to live in seven different countries as a child and travel through many more. As a result, he has a passion for world foods. He has chosen a Lebanese dish that he truly enjoys cooking despite never having been to the country.
Each month The Depanneur features a different a new chef from T.O.’s indie food scene in our Thursday-night Pop-Up Showcase.