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Moroccan pastry exported to Lebanon in brand new shop

Written by FDM

Moroccan culinary art is exported to Lebanon. Tanjia, a shop specializing in Moroccan pastry, has recently opened in Beirut in the Badaroa district. On the menu, Moroccan atmosphere and sweet delicacies of the country.

After living more than thirty years in Morocco, Saad Fayad, who started the Tanjia project, exported Morocco to his native country, Lebanon, and more precisely to Badaro-Mathaf where the official inauguration of his first shop Tanjia took place.

Publiée par Tanjia sur Dimanche 23 décembre 2018

For this great premiere in Lebanon, M’hammed GRINE, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco in Lebanon, and Ziad ATALLAH, Ambassador of Lebanon to the Kingdom of Morocco gathered,in the presence of some very influential happy few, to celebrate the launch of the shop.

Publiée par Tanjia sur Dimanche 23 décembre 2018

Initially, the brand expanded digitally and through the distribution of cakes produced in Lebanon in a professional workshop of 300 m2 headed by a Moroccan Chef with more than 20 years of experience in Moroccan pastry. TANJIA then evolved into a boutique located in the heart of Beirut’s new trendy district. Gazelle horns, Ghriyba, Mhancha, Briwates, Chebbakia, Fekkass, so many Moroccan pastries, classic and revisited, are thus accessible today in Lebanon.

❗️All ALMOND lovers❗️ Mark you calendars for the CHRISTMAS Special Offer🎄 🎊 …#tanjialb #tasteofmorocco…

Publiée par Tanjia sur Mardi 18 décembre 2018

Freshly handmade Fekkas👌 One bite of it & you’ll get addicted 😍🇲🇦. . . #tanjialb #tasteofmorocco #moroccanpastries…

Publiée par Tanjia sur Mercredi 2 janvier 2019

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