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cherielily Dec 14, 2007 06:08 PM

Hello - I am getting married in Manhattan, but I am not originally from this area... Does anyone know where I can get some good Middle Eastern/Persian pastry's for my wedding? Any suggestions will help!! THANK YOU! Cherielily@gmail.com

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  1. Nina_P RE: cherielily Dec 14, 2007 06:36 PM

    Try asking at Gazala Place.
    www.gazalaplace.com

    Israeli/Druse, not Persian, but the chef does make pastries.

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    Gazala Place
    709 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019

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      double S RE: cherielily Jan 17, 2009 08:50 AM

      did you end up finding a place? i'm looking for the same thing for my brother's wedding in march

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        eastvillgirl RE: cherielily Jan 17, 2009 12:20 PM

        The tastiest baklava I've ever had outside the Middle East/Turkey is available in Brooklyn at a Turkish bakery/cafe.

        Gulluoglu
        1985 Coney Island Ave.
        Brooklyn, NY 11223
        (718) 645-1822
        http://gulluoglubaklava.com/

        It's way out in Midwood, Brooklyn, but very well worth the trip. They can accommodate large quantity orders.

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          Rmis32 RE: eastvillgirl Jan 18, 2009 07:35 AM

          Also in Brooklyn, not far from Gulluoglu, is Mansouras, on Kings Highway betw E 2nd & E 3rd. Closed Saturdays, open Sundays. They make a range of Mid East pastries, quite good.

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