On recommendation from a member in this forum I visited Maher and had a pleasant chat with the lovely chap. Straightforward and honest in his opinion though I haven't tried his service however from the conversation, he is knowledgeable on the tailoring matters and will not hesitate to tell you what alteration can be done and what could not. Favourable discussion I may say thus will come back for alteration and one day in the future may give a try of his bespoke service. During my visit, I saw a suit he tailored (my understanding he measures, drafts and cuts the garment) for a client (solid navy blue in Dormeuil fabric). Fully canvassed; hand pick-stitching along the lapel, pockets and seams; narrow lapel; handmade button hole (sleeve buttons are machine-made but for some additional $ he is happy to do handmade one). Didn't pay much attention on the details of the trousers aside from flat front and neatly tailored (zipped though). Unfortunately didn't see the fit either thus could not comment on how good he is at capturing the measurements and whether the armhole is narrow or not (the armhole seam was hand-stitched also). He did mention that the jacket canvas (horsehair) is basted with machine and consisted of three layers (didn't really understand this but he shown me these canvases) and that his preferred style is soft constructed style (suitable for Australia weather and considering his Mediterranean background, he learned his trade from his father, a tailor from Lebanon) though he is able to craft a structured one.