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September 30, 2014

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Melissa Schwartz

What a tour and the kanafa sandwiches look great!

Dominique King

The Kanafa sandwiches were pretty tasty, and one was enough to split among at least several people. The grocery store and the ice cream place were among our favorite stops that day...and I'm sure we'll be back to get some things to try at home.

Khaldoun

You are always welcome to try our new business at Lily Sweets on your next visit to Michigan too. We're in West Bloomfield less than 25 minutes drive from Dearborn. We offer Pistachio Baklava, which is one of the best known Baklava in Syria. You can also order directly from our website too.

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