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TO OUR BELOVED CUSTOMERS, DUE TO NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATIONS KNAFEH NABULSEYEH WILL BE CLOSED ON JANUARY THE 1ST. WE HOPE YOU ALL CELEBRATE IN JOY AND EXCITEMENT FOR THE NEW YEARS ARRIVAL. SEE YOU IN 2022πŸ˜‰πŸ’«βœ¨

To our beloved customers,

Due to the ongoing lockdowns unpredictable behaviour, we have made the decision to only open from Friday to Sunday (times below) and this will apply for any upcoming lockdowns in the future. Thank you all for your consideration and we wish you the best during these diff...

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To our beloved customers, due to the new covid restrictions we will be temporarily closed until the following Friday, may you all have a wonderful lockdown, from Knafeh Nabulseyeh.


Testimonials

a week ago
The Knafeh is the bees knees. Drop whatever you're doing and go get some. Are you still reading this?
- Ravi N
a month ago
So glad I gave this place a go. I tried the Knafeh and it is absolutely delicious. We don’t have this dish in Brazil but somehow it connected me to those dishes you gramma does with so much love. Want to try the other things to see if they as delicious.
- Gustavo L
a month ago
MUST TRY !The best shop ever! BEST FOOD! BEST SERVICE ! HIGLY RECOMMEND !
- Joule J
What is the Knafeh Nabulseyeh ? Nablus is one of the Palestinian cities that sustained elite classes, fostering the development of a culture of "high cuisine", such as that of Damascus or Baghdad. The city is home to a number of food products well known throughout the Levant, the Arab world and the former provinces of the Ottoman Empire. Kanafeh is the most famed Nabulsi sweet. Originating in Nablus during the 15th century, by 1575, its recipe was exported throughout the Ottoman Empire β€” which controlled Palestine at the time. Kanafeh is made of several fine shreds of pastry noodles with honey-sweetened cheese in the center. The top layer of the pastry is usually dyed orange with food coloring and sprinkled with crushed pistachios. Though it is now made throughout the Middle East, to the present day, kanafeh Nabulsi enjoys continued fame, partly due to its use of a white-brine cheese called jibneh Nabulsi. Boiled sugar is used as a syrup for kanafeh.

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74 Poath Road
Hughesdale VIC 3166
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