Shatilla Bakery

I have been in love with Shatilla Bakery’s baklava since a neighbor presented us with the distinctive purple-magenta box. This was before the days I ventured outside Canton. I thought one day I shall find the place from which these delicious sweets came from. This past weekend I visited their store in Dearborn. The store is as stunning as the products. The walls are lined with a coffee stand, an ice cream chest, delightful middle-eastern pastries, and the most gorgeous French pastries. The middle of the restaurant boasts a seating area with palm trees adorned with delicate white strings of light. I am in love and hope that a branch will open in Detroit to avoid the frequent travels to Dearborn.

1 Comment so far

  1. Atul (unregistered) on August 15th, 2006 @ 5:01 pm

    That place is well-known even in the Cleveland area as I am frequently asked by friends to pick up some baklava on the way for special occasions.

    By the way, it’s spelled “Shatila”



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