The Lebanese Bakery have opened in Harrods with a selection of exclusive new dishes for this beautifully designed location.
The bakery is the creation of brothers Samer and Bassam Chamoun who launched their first site in 2016 in Beirut. The menu offers a delicious take on traditional Lebanese streetfood dishes Manousheh (traditional flatbread with toppings) and Mouajjanet (filled bite-sized bakes) alongside salads, hot and cold appetisers and desserts.
The brothers have gone from strength-to-strength, opening locations in London’s Covent Garden in May 2018 followed by Bahrain. The location in Harrods is the fourth The Lebanese Bakery with sites in Riyadh and Cairo coming soon.
“As a Lebanese born brand coming all the way from a neighbourhood in Beirut, we take pride in being in such a prestigious institution like Harrods. This will be a great opportunity to promote the Lebanese food culture and our star item the Manousheh to an exclusive and international crowd.”
Fourteen Ten’s Menu Suggestions:
Baked potato, nigella seeds, thyme flower, tomato chili jam
pumpkin & bulgur croquette filled with spinach, walnuts & labneh
roasted red pepper, walnuts, pomegranate molasses, chili paste
strained cow’s yogurt, sumac, dry mint, thyme, olive oil
lentil, parsley, tomato, onion, radish, pomegranate, lemon vinaigrette
roasted cauliflower, spinach, rocca, tomato, cucumber, pumpkin seeds, tahini vinaigrette
Harrods exclusives Manousheh
taouk spiced rotisserie chicken, seasoned red cabbage, lettuce, nigella seeds, basterma minted yogurt
Bottarga & Courgette
Mediterranean mullet roe, zucchini flower, zucchini & garlic confit, pistachios
Lebanese milk flan
ashta, pistachios, rose water
carob molasses cake, tahini ice cream
Enter via door 3 entrance of the store on Basil Street, go up the escalators to level 4 and then turn left and follow the path the entire way down. The Lebanese Bakery will be on the right from there.