In Lebanese culture pizza is a morning food rather than a dinner one, so Mina Bakery opens early and closes at 4pm.
The shopfront is small, but stands out with its bright red, chipped paint. The staff are friendly and ready to prepare you breakfast pizza as early as 6am, so you can succumb to that pizza craving at - almost - any hour of the day.
Serving traditional Lebanese pizza, as well as modern adaptations, highlights include the the zaatar manoosh (oregano pizza) or the lahm bajeen manoosh (lamb pizza). The cheese triangle is excellent too.
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