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Kamil Bakery serves Lebanese style ‘thin’ pizzas in one of London’s best gems hidden in the middle of an industrial estate in North Acton.
The place is a tiny little shack that looks a little run down from the outside but as you enter a team of friendly staff are kneading and baking flatbreads right in front of you and garnishing them with various toppings of cheese, zaatar and meat. Zaatar is a traditional middle eastern seasoning.
I ordered their cheese pizza known as ‘manaish jabneh’. The banter between the chefs and customers while queuing is all part of the atmosphere. As I took my first bite, the cheese was flavourful and delicious. I couldn’t believe that such a little treat could give me so much pleasure. The cheese was a combination of Haloumi and Akkawi cheese. Akkawi cheese is a very popular white cows’ milk cheese found in Lebanon and Syria although named after the Aker region of Palestine, which is where it first originated.
They also have other Lebanese foods like falafel and humus amongst other things. But the freshly baked ‘manaish’ is what attracts the crowd.
Each bread costs as little as £2.00. Whats more, is there’s a small counter where you can make your own endless supplies of tea and coffee. The prices are more than just a steal- and for the avid food lover, its worth travelling a few miles out of your way just to visit this place.
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