Babka Zana is this mouthwatering Levantine bakery that opened earlier this year in Paris 9th arrondissement. On the menu, cakes, rolls, pies, and of course, the famous and oh-so delicious babkas: chocolate-hazelnut, pistachio-orange blossom, halva-lemon, or even cinnamon-muscovado.
Today, the Levantine bakery provides you with savory delights and many new things that will enchant your lunch breaks: savory babka with Kalamata olives, Tunisian sandwiches… We tell you everything!
Made with homemade hallah bread, a traditionally breaded and slightly sweet bread, without butter, Babka Zana’s sandwiches already delighted many foodies with varied recipes such as the vegetarian Sabich le Reuben with pastrami, the César with tuna and homemade gravlax.
You can now discover a new and sun-filled sandwich, the Tunisien (€8.50) based on round hallah filled with homemade harissa and beldi lemon virgin dressing, potato, Tunisian Sidi Daoud tuna, hard-boiled egg, and kalamata olives.
Babka Zana’s babkas are also available as savory with the Babkalamata (€11), in partnership with Kalios. The hallah dough is made with great olive oil vintage, based on Koroneiki olives that have been hand-picked. For the garnish, Babka Zana has chosen olive meze: Kalamata olive flesh that tastes strong.
Poppy seed, sesame, multi-seeds, or plain, Babka Zana’s traditional hallots are nicely braided and very fleshy. For summer 2020, Babka Zana unveils two new recipes of hallot with olive oil (€4). Topped with rosemary and fleur de sel, or zaatar, they are perfect to pair a meal or to nibble on along with a nice drink before dinner.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 21 June 2020
65 Rue Condorcet
75009 Paris 9