New Reviews

Lebanese hampers

The Lebanese Bakery in Covent Garden is promoting a selection of bespoke hampers designed to celebrate the Lebanese tradition of feasting and sharing food during the festive season with friends and family.

There are three different hampers available, The Prestige, The Classic and the Voyage au Liban Hamper.

The Prestige, £75: pomegranate molasses, sumac, zatar, olive oil, whole figs, rose petals, mulberry jam, apple cider vinegar, creme of dates with almonds.

The Classic Lebanese Bakery Hamper, £55: pomegranate molasses, sumac, zaatar, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, rose petals.

Voyage au Liban Hamper, £28.99: pickles, labneh, zaatar, olive oil, apple cider vinegar.

The hampers embrace the sense of community created by sharing good food, an ethos echoed in The Lebanese Bakery, and are available in-store and online for pick-up via the website:

Brothers Samer and Basam Chamoun founded the bakery in Lebanon two years ago and opened the flagship London restaurant in Covent Garden earlier this year.

It is one of only 160 Lebanese restaurants across the UK with its signature item being the traditional flatbread made using soft dough and topped with Lebanese ingredients including hummus and herbal za’atar, a wild thyme-sesame blend.

The Lebanese eatery in Drury House, Russell Street London WC2B 5HA also serves bite-sized bakes Mouajjanet, using traditional ingredients sourced directly from Lebanese farmers. All items are freshly prepared in minutes and quickly cooked in the restaurant’s Arabic basalt rock oven.

Opening hours are Sunday to Wednesday 8am to 10pm and Thursday to Saturday 8am to 11pm.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.