What the heck are mana’eesh?


A man’ousheh (pl. mana'eesh) is a pizza-like crust topped with zaa’tar - a mix of olive oil, sesame seeds, oregano, thyme and other herbs - then typically baked in wood or gas fired ovens or on top of a hot saj.

Traditionally, Levantine women would bake dough in a communal oven in the morning, to provide their family with their daily bread needs, and would prepare smaller portions of dough with different toppings for breakfast at this time.

A man’ousheh, with its cousin lahm b’aajeen (meat version) are healthy and delicious alternatives to fast-food pizzas, burgers, breakfast muffins, doughnuts and food court stomach-stuffers.

Once you have tasted our man’ousheh, you are guaranteed to fall in love with its distinct, delicious and refreshing taste.


That’s how good our food is and we're not ashamed for bragging about it!


mana’eesh have a therapeutic effect.

simple yet creative.

they stir up the senses and enrich the spirit.

Come on, say it!





Stop by REPUBLIC. Let us share with you the joy and love of making and eating the perfect man’ousheh.