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Check Out These Lebanese Street Foods

Walking through the streets is the best way to experience the local flavors. Street vendors have been part of our culture for many thousands of years. It’s no surprise that people love eating at these markets during summertime. From the fresh flower sales close by, to vendors selling their products all over the place or sitting by an open flame pit and sharing stories under starry sky There’s nothing better than sampling what local chefs have to offer.

Shish Kebabs

Traditional Lebanese shish kebab recipe is made from lamb marinated in the mixture of salt, garlic pepper as well as your preferred spices. After being skewered with vegetables such as capsicum or onions; mushrooms & cherry tomatoes, it’s then grilled to perfection. These portable meals are great to carry on the go and make an excellent addition to summer barbecues. Make sure you have salads on hand so that everyone can enjoy their food.


Shawarma sandwiches are delicious. This sandwich is made from thinly cut pieces of marinated meat which has been slow-roasted on a vertical skewer for several hours. It can be paired perfectly with your choice of lamb or chicken sauces and also lettuce tomato onion pickles as well as Tahini sauce.

The best thing is that these are sandwiches? They are available everywhereand even if they don’t have “ifice” written on their doors due to the fact that these types of pita based foods are very popular all over the globe and especially in Arab nations like Lebanon where it originated back when people sold products at markets, but the primary source was agriculture.


The falafel wraps you will love, regardless of whether you are vegetarian, vegan, or just a lover of delicious food. These chickpea balls fried are made from chickpeas. They’ve been mixed with spices like coriander, cumin, garlic chili powder and they’re made into cones. They’re then wrapped with pita bread. Then, they’re decorated with lettuce onion pickles and pepper rings. This dish is perfect for lunch, breakfast or any other occasion.


Kebbeh is Lebanon’s national meal and has been consumed for thousands of years. It is made with burghul, a type of cracked wheat, diced onion and ground meat that is typically lamb. However, it may contain other meats such as chicken or beef. The ingredients are incorporated well and cooked until golden brown.


Kheer bandooki is a dream to be realized for all meat lovers. This tasty street food contains ground beef, lamb or chicken that’s been cooked to perfection, then made into cigar-shaped cylinders prior to being cooked over an open flame using skewers. This means you can eat them straight off the skewer, or wrap your ‘kafta’ (as they’re known) with pita bread, with salad ingredients of choice whatever you have left after the succulent dill pickles.

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