Mamalu Kitchen was inspired by her 3 boys and the need to help fellow mums and families simplify their day-to-day lives without having to worry about feeding their family fuss-free healthy food.

The first concept launched under the Mamalu Kitchen brand in 2016 was healthy cooking classes for nanny's and housekeepers. with recipes in their native language from traditional Arabic cuisine to how to cook for the ultimate dinner party! 

That was shortly followed by cooking classes for mums/children, schools, couples, corporations & even husbands who also wanted to learn how to create delicious healthy food for their families.

Mamalu Kitchen is creating a cooking movement under the slogan #feedingfamilies.


By engaging every single member of the household/family and various members of the community, to be involved and empowered by cooking, Mamalu Kitchen is enabling a lifestyle change in the region. This ‘cooking movement’ is leading families to live a healthier and happier life.


"Feeding Families"

"We are creating a cooking movement!"


Raised between Lebanon and the UK, Lama has always had a passion for cooking since the age of 4. By shadowing her mother from a young age, she acquired the knowledge of all of the classic Arabic dishes. Her specialty is family food - large, beautiful mouthwatering dishes with a strong Mediterranean influence to be shared amongst friends and family.

Her love of cooking lead her to study in Glion Hotel School, Switzerland and earn a Hospitality & Tourism degree and gain experience with some of the top 5 star luxury hotel groups such as Four Seasons, Rocco Forte and Hyatt hotels in London, Paris and Rome.

Mamalu Kitchen is not Lama’s first entrepreneurial venture, she has had over a decade of experience in the fashion industry under her independent private label. She has opened two concept stores in Beirut, Lebanon {Ribbon & Lace and Birdcage} She has also been a part of the prestigious London & Paris Fashion weeks for 7 consecutive years and has extensive experience as a designer for high end clothing brand, Mojo World.

She is also a proud mother of three boys (at one time all 3 of them were under 2 years old) and they have inspired her to launch Mamalu Kitchen less than 4 months after her twins were born.

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