Zaatar Uses and Heritage Stories - EatZaatar.com

For the Love of Thyme – Six-minute film documentary on sustainability and cultivation of the wild zaatar herb in Lebanon

For the Love of Thyme – Six-minute film do...

The film was produced for a cultural and heritage of Lebanon exhibition by a gifted producer Nay Aoun.  It brings Leb...
"Thyme Travels" by Alia Ynis and photographer Tor Eigeland - our favorite story about zaatar spice  and dip food heritage

"Thyme Travels" by Alia Ynis and photograp...

A well done story in the cultural Aramco World on the culinary and cultural heritage of zaatar by a most gifted writt...

Shop Now

Recipes

Reviews

Let customers speak for us

224 reviews
92%
(206)
1%
(3)
3%
(7)
2%
(4)
2%
(4)
Great Flavor and quality

The Za atar is much more flavorful than what I can get at the grocery store. I use it daily. It adds so much to every dish I use it in from roasts to baked chicken. I use this Za atar mixed with the Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the smoothest I have ever tasted, when I eat baguette bread and cheese. (wine included) It makes a great simple and light meal.

Zaatar Herb - Syrian Oregano

Great product...exactly what I was hoping for...fresh and fragrant...

Delicious Olive Oil!

Ordering and shipping were easy and quick and we love the delicious delicate taste of this extra virgin olive oil. Will definitely order again.

Loved it

Reminded me of the old days.

Over priced

The cheapest thing that you can buy in the middle east is zatar, lol. Ridiculously overpriced. Even when it’s on sale, 7 ounces for $11.99. No different than the merchant on Amazon that is selling a can of garbanzo beans for five dollars.