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Syrian pizza?

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kevin Jan 22, 2007 10:44 PM

where to get it?

  1. DrBruin Apr 18, 2010 12:34 PM

    http://www.latimes.com/features/food/la-fo-pizza-20100415,0,2584515.story
    http://www.latimes.com/features/food/...

    Check out these articles...

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      soccerref Apr 18, 2010 12:00 PM

      Back when I was a student at UCLA in the mid-70s, there used to be a place that sold delicious lamajhoune in Westwood. No idea what happened to it.

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        Burger Boy Apr 18, 2010 01:29 PM

        Check ou this article also....... http://findlocal.latimes.com/na/resta...

      2. MEalcentric Jan 23, 2007 03:44 PM

        http://www.chow.com/topics/309227

        1. MEalcentric Jan 23, 2007 10:55 AM

          I had a great link of this saved in the defunct "MY Chow"...will post once it is up and running again

          1. WildSwede Jan 22, 2007 11:09 PM

            What's a Syrian pizza? Would you please describe it? Thanks!

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              Burger Boy Jan 22, 2007 09:04 PM

              The best and most flavorful are at Partamians Bakery. It has been around since the 60's, maybe longer, they also have boreg and monti. The are located on Adams, west of LaBrea and 4 blocks east of Fairfax, south side of street. Good eatin !

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                Hailyn Jan 22, 2007 04:12 PM

                Do you mean lahmajoun? It's a sort of flat yeasted bread topped with a spiced ground lamb mixture.

                I like the ones at Sasoun Bakery in Glendale (there's another location in Hollywood) and at Koko's Bakery in Pasadena. I think Mandaloun in Glendale has it as well. Wahib's in Alhambra sells them in their little glass case by the cash register, but I don't think they show up on the menu. A friend swears the lahmajoun at Partamian Bakery, but I've never had it before. Also, many Middle Eastern grocery stores sell ready-made lahmajoun in their bread section.

                If you do a taste test, please report back! Enjoy!

                Sasoun Bakery, 625 E Colorado Blvd. (at Glendale Ave.), Glendale
                818-502-5059

                Sasoun Bakery, 5114 Santa Monica Blvd. (at Normandie) Los Angeles
                323-661-1868

                Koko’s Bakery, 1674 E Washington Blvd. (at Oxford) Pasadena
                626-798-2543

                Abraham Partamian Armenian Bakery
                5410 W Adams Blvd. (at Burnside), Los Angeles
                323-937-2870

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                  ks in la Jan 22, 2007 08:16 PM

                  I've had that at Partamian Bakery - it's really good. I didn't see what it was called, but I saw they had a stack in the case and decided to ask for one. They heated it up for me and I ate it right away (I don't know how well it would keep, but I guess you could buy it cold and heat it up at home yourself). It's a really good balance of flavors and texture.

                  That's such an interesting/odd place. I'd definitely like to know more about the history of it.

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