The Lebanese Bakery
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The Lebanese Bakery are also offering free tea and coffee and 50% off food for NHS workers, as well as teaming up with Magic Breakfast to provide free meals for children who rely on free school meals from their Covent Garden restaurant.
What It Is: A grab-and-go middle-eastern bakery in Covent Garden with the option to grab and stay.
Perfect For: Lunch, Takeaway
We can still taste the hummus from The Lebanese Bakery. It really lingers. But, in a good way. Actually, in a great way. The hummus came in a tub the size of a brick with just the right amount of olive oil, toasted pine nuts and, was served with a fluffy white dough flatbread that could feed a family of four. They’re open from early to late, and we went in the evening but it felt like the kind of place you’d want to hit for lunch. The flatbreads were delicious. Especially the minced beef, lamb and pomegranate manousheh, which tasted of Christmas and summer simultaneously.
Verdict: A definite spot to hit for lunch in Covent Garden, but not necessarily the best spot for a sit-down catch up.
Three words. All. Day. Breakfast. That’s exactly what this Covent Garden bakery and café offer, just in flatbread form. As well as their manousheh, you’ll find baked eggs, spicy beef sausage, and lamb confit. If you decide to add some of their hummus and banana and honey flatbread to your order, we really wouldn’t blame you.
Technically, this Covent Garden spot is delivering manousheh - traditional Lebanese flatbreads. But you know what, they’re doughy, they’re cheesy, and most importantly, they’re pretty tasty too. From spiced beef and lamb to diced sirloin with pomegranate and toasted pine nuts, there are plenty of different options to choose from and it’s worth an order of the hummus too.
This Middle Eastern bakery in Covent Garden is now delivering its Lebanese flatbread, and offering group packages for 15% off. We’d go for the minced beef, lamb, and pomegranate manousheh.