Manaeesh are Palestinian flat breads, baked together with traditional toppings.
Local fresh Irish chicken breast, cooked with cardamom, red onions, pine nuts and Palestinian sumac in extra virgin olive oil. The vibrant mix is baked on our traditional dough, garnished with pomegranate seeds and served with a delicious yogurt dip.
Lean Irish minced beef, sauteed in a tomato paste and special spice mix with very finely diced onion, tomato, parsley and green pepper. Lemon juice, pomegranate molasses and Palestinian sumac are added, along with a refreshing hint of mint. We give our guests the option of adding cheese and/ or jalapenos to this dish for an extra treat.
A spread of our home-made creamy, tart and tasty labneh – traditional Palestinian cheese made from strained yogurt – baked on top of our fresh dough, with your preferred topping of either zaatar or honey.
Manooshet Zaatar and Cheese
A mixture of Palestinian oregano, sesame seeds and olive oil topped with a blend of our traditional white cheese and baked on our satiating flatbread.
Manooshet Halloumi Slices
Slices of Halloumi cheese baked with olive oil, oregano leaves and slices of tomatoes.
A mixture of Palestinian zaatar with sesame seeds and olive oil, spread on our traditional dough and baked together. The bread remains fluffy while the zaatar turns into a crispy delight.
A mixture of Palestinian zaatar with sesame and olive oil, spread on our traditional dough and baked together
Local fresh spinach leaves, cooked into a creamy dream with Palestinian sumac, special spices, pomegranate molasses, onions, lemon juice and a sprinkle of chopped walnuts. Our flatbread is then filled with this flavorful mix and baked.
Our traditional Palestinian falafel recipe, bursting with aromas of cumin and fresh parsley is spread on our dough and baked. We then add hummus, special salad, tahini sauce, and rocket leaves. A touch of our sumac and slice of lemon to finish off this nourishing dish.
You may choose to have it served flat (sliced) or wrapped.
Izz Cafe’s traditional fresh bread, with a spread of Nutella and Halvah mixed with pistachios.
We serve a variety of fresh salads and dips we prepare daily and an array of traditional pickled and preserved foods as starters. They could even be enjoyed as a main meal if you are not so hungry.
A collection of all Izz Cafe’s appetizers served with a freshly baked loaf of bread.
Traditional Palestinian recipe for hummus. Served with pickled olives, chilli sauce and a freshly baked loaf of bread.
Traditional Palestinian recipe for hummus, blended with creamy avocado. Served with pickled olives, chilli sauce and a freshly baked loaf of bread.
Smoked aubergine dip mixed with diced tomatoes, peppers and tahini. Always garnished with pomegranate seeds which add a delicious sweet burst and bite.
Traditional salad consisting mainly of parsley and Bulgar wheat with finely diced tomatoes, cucumbers, spring onions, fresh mint, lettuce, dressed with lemon juice and olive oil.
Izz Cafe offers some of the traditional drinks that are served with meals in Palestine. Enjoy our specialty hot drinks with your meal or dessert.
Tea with fresh mint
Black tea with fresh mint is a good digestion aid after a big meal. It leaves you feeling refreshed and light again.
€4.9 per kettle
Tea with fresh zaatar (oregano)
Fresh oregano is one of the herbs that we add to tea in Palestine. It’s not used as widely as mint, but it becomes more common in winter because it’s believed to be a remedy for coughing and other cold symptoms.
€4.9 per kettle
Tea with sage
Sage becomes more common as a tea addition in Winter. It works as pain relief and helps you feel warm.
€4.9 per kettle
Palestinian coffee is a mix of the best Arabica beans, finely ground and spiced with cardamom, then boiled and served in a traditional pot with espresso cups. Every pot comes with two jumbo Palestinian dates, stuffed with pecans (or sometimes almonds).
€5.9 per pot