Located on the North side of Carling Ave, across from the Coliseum movie theatre.

Al Noor Bakery
Lahmacun (Mid-East Meat Pie) at Al Noor Bakery
Foods from Al Noor Bakery
Comments

Jan 31
The veggie with cheese (not to be confused with the cheese which veggie which is a cheese pie with tomatoes, onions and olives) is a treat and a good deal at $4.50. I've had mixed service here over the years but have no complaints lately. The veggie with cheese are made to order which usually takes about 5 minutes but always guarantees you a fresh pie. The regular cheese pies aren't very good when they've been sitting around but the meat and meat and cheese pies are consistently pretty good albeit not as good as the ones at Aladdin which I have been going to for 15 years and Im totally biased and I would definitely go more often is it wasnt cash only.

This one definitely could have been crispier and cooked longer but they were crazy busy so hard to blame them. I'd avoid coming here during the 12-130 lunch rush, it is insanely hectic inside and the poorly designed parking lot is always a circus. There are no painted lines but also no no parking signs south of the entrance and it seems every time I go cars are blocked in.

2015 Feb 18
I love, love, love this bakery! Such a welcome addition to the neigborhood! My favourite are the cheese pies - warm, pillowy soft layers of cheese and dough. On a cold winter day it is heavenly to step into this bakery and munch off a warm cheese pie. Of course, in the summer it is awful for the bakers...

Also, they make mini versions of their pies, which are wonderful for parties. Very friendly staff too.

2013 Mar 5
Great food for a great price. Try the Cream Cheese with olives.

2013 Jan 1
This friendly and bustling Middle Eastern bakery specializes in the popular "meat pies" (Lahmacun) and similar products. Definitely a welcome addition to the neighbourhood! There are a few tables, at which you can enjoy the product at its best.

From memory, I think prices were $1.50 for zaatar, $1.75 for meat, $2.25 for cheese.

Also pleased to see they accept payment via credit/debit card in addition to cash.








2013 Jan 1
Tasty and fresh, well seasoned and satisfying. Everything lahmacun should be!