Raed Malas and Dorrie Krahe opened Du Liban Marrickville, their first bakery, in April 2015. Since then the original site has become Chalder Eats, and a second Du Liban in Rosebery was rebranded as Morley Eats. Now Barangaroo is the only Du Liban location.

At the breakfast table, ful medames, a traditional fava bean-based Middle Eastern dish, sits alongside French eggs and bircher muesli. Za’atar manoush, a popular Levantine snack, is also a breakfast option. These round flatbreads are baked on the premises with organic flour and topped with Lebanese za’atar.

For lunch, the za’atar manoush is wrapped around a variety of vegetarian and meat combinations, including chicken, lamb, mint, olives and yoghurt. Salads and dips balance out the pies and other baked goods also on offer.

Updated: January 16th, 2018

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