The distinguished Lebanese pastry and chocolate confectionery Noura just opened in Baghdad, Iraq, expanding further its fame and delicacies beyond the borders.
Noura began as an artisanal pastry shop and tea room in 1948 in downtown Beirut and went on gaining steady popularity in Lebanon, and also abroad, getting featured on the cover of Figaro in 1982 and the Herald Tribune in 1984.
By the time it launched its catering business, focusing on authentic and traditional Lebanese dishes, Noura became a Lebanese iconic brand.
Noura sells exquisite cakes, handmade confectionery chocolate, and caters for all kinds of occasions with a variety of oriental and western-themed menus. It also offers the facility to order online on its website or via its app.
Noura has many branches across Lebanon, in Sioufi, Sassine, Downtown Beirut, Zalka, Jounieh, and at the InterContinental Mzaar Resort in Kfardebian.
It has now added Baghdad to its list of achievements.