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The Lebanese Sajeria Amsterdam: second location on the Utrechtsestraat

17 August 2019

why we love The Lebanese Sajeria Amsterdam:

  • I had a manoushe there for the very first time in my life.
  • It’s all about Lebanese street food there and I can tell you… it’s good!
  • A manoushe is a roll of Lebanese flatbread with a topping.
  • My favourite manoushe is the one with zataar spices and halloumi.
  • The first location of The Lebanese Sajeria is located in the Nine Streets in Amsterdam.
  • I used to go there at least once a week when I had my office around the corner.
  • The second location is on the Utrechtsestraat.
  • Open for lunch and dinner. Last seated order is at 7 pm.
  • More about the first location in this blog.

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The Lebanese Sajeria

Utrechtsestraat 69

Amsterdam (Amsterdam City Center)

Anne de Buck

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