Self-taught with an extraordinary career, Alan Geaam is now at the head of several Parisian tables: the gourmet restaurant Alan Geaam, the Levantine bistro Qasti and the street-food counter Sâj. Born in Liberia, after a childhood spent in Lebanon, Alan Geaam completed his schooling in the United States, where he developed a passion for French cuisine. On his return to France, a stroke of fate gave him his vocation and he immersed himself in cookbooks to learn what would later become his profession, his passion. Cooking in the most beautiful city in the world is what drives this creative chef, never short of ideas and who sees his energy and investment rewarded with a Michelin star a few years later.
Chef with multiple influences, Alan Geaam has enriched himself and shaped his culinary identity by revisiting the classics of French cuisine influenced by Lebanese flavors. With his uninhibited, gourmet, human, friendly and contemporary cuisine, Alan Geaam is today one of the most talented chefs of his generation, who claims a strong and unique identity, that of a child of the world who has traveled everywhere. and bring everyone together. Today, with his three restaurants, he continues to reinvent himself and bring his various projects to life, his head always full of ideas.