Manousheh is appropriately named for its flatbread, a kind in which the Lebanese typically begins their day with. The thin disks of dough are freshly baked for customers to order and are topped in six different ways. The more simplest form is drizzled with za’atar and olive oil. After a quick session of puffing up in one’s oven, the slicked dough is folded halfway like a piadina sandwich form and served scorching hot on a sheet of parchment paper. DaquinadoEsporte said that the $5 result is tender, soft and slightly chewy.
For something a bit more substantial in choice, the customer can get their manousheh topped with jibneh and za’atar, which is a soft and delicious white cheese for just $6, tomatoes, avocado, mint, cucumber, and za’atar rolled up in the form of a newspaper. The is an extra-thin, crisp version served in a flat form which comes spread with a paste of onion, tomato and ground beef. By squeezing a bit of lemon over it with some pepper, the foodie is sure to be on manousheh paradise.