The Sajeria

The Lebanese Sajeria is the proud home of the Manoushe, a freshly baked flatbread with infinite possibilities of toppings, especially the addictive Lebanese spice mix, Zaatar.

At The Lebanese Sajeria, we’re all about serving classic Manoushe flavors using staple Lebanese ingredients such as Zaatar and Labneh. That said, we also love exploring and reinventing new flavor combinations, which we call “Sajeria Originals”. 

We got our name from the saj, a traditional dome-shaped griddle used in Lebanon to bake manoushe, an everyday Lebanese food.

Alongside Manaish (plural for Manoushe), we also offer a variety of homemade soups, bowls and desserts, infused with the Lebanese spirit (and flavour!).

Our menu caters to all types of diets including vegans and vegetarians.

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Brought together by their Lebanese roots, Lia & Ziad decided to share their love of Lebanese food and flavours with everyone in

Amsterdam. And so, The Lebanese Sajeria was born in 2015.

Over the next two years, The Lebanese Sajeria toured food markets and festivals across Amsterdam. It soon became a favourite with

residents and tourists alike; something that led Lia & Ziad to open their first restaurant on the Negen Straatjes in 2017, the second on Utrechtsestraat in 2019 and another one on Haarlemmerstraat in 2021.

Born and raised in Lebanon, Ziad moved to Amsterdam in 2007. Having spent over fifteen years in the corporate world, he was ready to take his entrepreneurial skills to the next level. In comes Lia, who as a child learned all about the power of good food growing up with her Lebanese grandparents in Vienna. Working as an artist in Amsterdam, Lia also received her Master’s degree from the Sandberg Institute. Her final art project, a food truck, was the inspiration behind The Lebanese Sajeria.