The Lebanese restaurant has announced that they’ll be donating 10% of every order to the Lebanese Red Cross for the entire duration of August.
A year after an explosion pulverized the port of Beirut, many vital state facilities in the country have warned of a full suspension of operations within 48 hours as a nationwide diesel fuel crisis has hit a catastrophic level.
Looking to help the good people of Lebanon is New Cairo’s Semsom. The Lebanese restaurant that boasts a yumtastic menu (their kibbeh naya is a must-nomnomnom) has announced that they’ll be donating 10% of every order to the Lebanese Red Cross for the entire duration of August.
“Considering that the situation in Lebanon is getting more and more complicated, we want to help in our own way,’’ Moustafa Sweillam, Board Member & General Manager at Semsom, tells SceneEats. “We wanted to actively contribute and raise awareness to our brothers and sisters in Lebanon that are still in need of our help. We hope that this initiative inspires people to do more good and support in any way they can.”
In other words, you can now binge-eat Lebanese food for an actual good cause.