Grilled spiced meats and seafood dishes are cooked the traditional Levantine way
The foundation of Chef Bayoumi’s culinary career is his training as a luxury pastry chef. His mastery of Arabic pastries caught the attention of Egypt’s celebrity Chef Osama El-Sayed, who invited him to spend two years on his cooking show on Dubai TV. In 2008, Bayoumi returned to where he was most happy: in the kitchen serving guests. He continued to develop a repertoire of Arabic and Levantine dishes,and was taught how to fuse them with international cuisines by American celebrity chef Rick Gonzalez. In 2018, he joined Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, where he designed a menu for Tean that is the culmination of years of experience integrating flavours from across the Middle East.