Jimmy Lahoud is a Lebanese businessman and restaurateur in London, England. He has owned restaurants such as Quo Vadis, L'Escargot, and Café St. Pierre (which became Maison Novelli). Lahoud is an art collector, displaying his Picasso, Miró, Chagall, Warhol and Matisse pieces at at least one of his restaurants. Lahoud is credited for launching the career of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White. With White, Lahoud established White Star Line Ltd, which owns the Belvedere Restaurant.
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- "Marco Pierre White Profile". Caterer & Hotelkeeper. London. September 2006.
- White Star Line.
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