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LEBANESE STREET FOOD : The Complete Street Food tour of TRIPOLI, LEBANON!

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LEBANESE STREET FOOD : The Complete Street Food tour of TRIPOLI, LEBANON!

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We are so excited to be bringing you the BEST street food in TRIPOLI, an ancient city in the north of LEBANON! We are back with our friend Anthony from NoGarlicNoOnions in this episode, an expert in eating traditional food and eating STREET FOOD in Lebanon!

This entire episode features an AMAZING old souk (traditional market) of Tripoli where we will be trying new Lebanese food as well as variations of street food we tried in Beirut in the previous episode. Some of these shops have been around for centuries!

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Hey there, we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson with ! We’re on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travel started in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We've eaten Street Food in Philippines, Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India, Street Food in Greece and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram! Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!


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Lebanon Street Food - MELTED CHEESE WATERFALL + Ultimate Food Tour in Tripoli!

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TRIPOLI, LEBANON - Tripoli is an ancient city in the North of Lebanon, and a food paradise. In this video we went on an ultimate street food tour of Tripoli, discovered some of the unique local foods, including the most amazing stretchy CHEESE WATERFALL dessert I’ve ever seen - it was an amazing day in Lebanon. #Lebanon #Tripoli #LebaneseFood #streetfood

Here’s everything we did on this Lebanese street food tour in Tripoli:

Kaake Traboulsi - The breakfast staple in Tripoli is a type of bread called kaake traboulsi, filled with cheese and sumac and grilled. 1,000 LBP ($0.66) - Price for 1

Restaurant of Happiness - Really that’s the name! - This bakery was incredible, so much action and energy, and the baked goods were delicious. 21,000 LBP ($13.93) - Price for everything

The Great Mosque of Tripoli - Mamluk Mosque completed in 1314 - We then did some sightseeing in the ancient city of Tripoli, the Great Mosque and to the Citadel of Raymond de Saint-Gilles which was built during the Crusades. The views of the city were fantastic and gave a nice perspective of the city.

Moghrabieh - Couscous from Morocco - This is a very interesting food in Tripoli, with influence of Morocco, but big balls of couscous wrapped in a sandwich. But the best thing about this place was the amazing stretchy cheese dessert. 1,500 LBP ($1.00) - Price per sandwich

Al-Abd Hammam - One of the highlights of the day was visiting the old Hamam, a Turkish bath built in the 17th Century during the Ottoman period. It was great to take a rest and drink a coffee in the hammam.

Bayt El Falafel - Falafel Restaurant - 1,500 LBP ($1.00) - Price per sandwich

Kalasina Chicken ( - Grilled and rotisserie chicken, which is a popular food in Tripoli, and this place was delicious. Their garlic was amazing. 20,000 LBP ($13.27) - Price for everything

The Sailor Woman - Finally, to end this Lebanese street food tour in Tripoli, we went to The Sailor Woman to eat a mix of seafood sandwiches, but mainly samke harra, a spiced fish with tahini.

It was an amazing day in Tripoli, Lebanon and I loved the food and entire energy of the city.

Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project.

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Street Food in Lebanon - ULTIMATE 14-HOUR Lebanese Food Tour in Beirut!

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Welcome to the Lebanese street food tour of Beirut. It was a full 14 hour day of eating incredibly delicious, and some of the most legendary street food shops in Beirut! #Lebanon #Beirut #LebaneseFood #streetfood

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Here are the restaurants and stalls we ate at during this Lebanese street food tour:

Hajj Nasr Sandwich Shop - By 6 am, when Beirut is about to wake up, Hajj Nasr is getting ready to close. We arrived at 5 am to make sure he still had food. The tebleh nayyeh - Raw meat, garlic, tomatoes, mint, and the soujouk - soujouk sausage, garlic, tomatoes, pickles - sandwiches were incredible. Total price - 15,000 LBP ($9.95)

Faysal Snack ( - Great Lebanese pastries and breads. We ordered the halloumi loaf, plus some Man'ousheh (Manakish) topped with za'atar, and some spinach pastries. 19,000 LBP ($12.60) - Total price for everything

Hanna Mitri ( - If you mention ice cream in Beirut, this is the place that everyone knows and everyone loves - it’s a Lebanese ice cream icon, and it’s uniquely delicious from any other ice cream I’ve had in the world. It’s special without a doubt.

Al Soussi Restaurant ( - This is one of the most famous restaurants in Beirut, especially for breakfast. Their fattey and hummus is good, but nothing compares to their awarma and eggs.

Falafel Tabbara ( - Unique falafel - His falafel are made purely with fava beans, in a donut shape. 2,500 LBP ($1.66) - Price per sandwich

Ichkhanian Bakery ( - This is a legendary Armenian Lebanese bakery that specializes in Lahmajoun (Lahmacun) - Thin dough topped with minced meat. 9,000 LBP ($5.97) - Total price for everything

Lamb head - 15,000 LBP ($9.95) - Total price for lamb head

Makari Sweets Shop - Home of mfata’a, which is a unique and rare to find nowadays rice pudding, tahini, and turmeric pudding.

Restaurant Joseph ( - If you’re looking for the best Lebanese shawarma in Beirut, this is the spot. The chicken was good, but the beef was the best. 6,000 LBP ($3.98) - Price per sandwich

L'abeille D'or ( - Finally, we ended this ultimate 14 hour street food tour in Beirut, Lebanon at a very non street food, gourmet Lebanese sweets shop to eat Kanafeh. But the Lebanese way, in a bun.

It was an amazing day of Lebanese food, culture, and people, in Beirut, Lebanon!

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Eating The BEST FOOD in Lebanon - Massive Family Lunch!

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Huge thank you to Kamel and the entire Taha family. When you’re in Beirut, go check out their amazing boutique grocery store called Feryal Mouneh Boutique ( And follow Kamel here: Of all the food I ate in Lebanon, for me the best Lebanese food is home-cooked, often on Sunday.

Sunday Family Lunch in Lebanon - There’s a lot of amazing food you can eat in Lebanon, but nothing quite compares to a Sunday family lunch. Having a chance to eat lunch on Sunday with a family is the greatest display of Lebanese food, culture, and hospitality, all wrapped into a single celebration of Lebanese food. It was an honor to have a chance to hang out with the Taha family and celebrate Sunday lunch with them. #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #food

Fifi (Kamel’s Mom) made an impressive spread of home-cooked Lebanese food - including a mix of dishes, the highlights being stuffed cabbage rolls, and stuffed intestines and grape leaves. When I asked Kamel what dishes he missed the most from Lebanon when he goes traveling, or when he lived abroad, and he said, him and his brothers always come home and ask Mom for stuffed intestines.

It was nothing short of an epic home-cooked meal, one of the most memorable of my life, and to be surrounded by such an incredible family was a privilege.

Thank you again to Kamel and the Taha’s (

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Extreme Arabian Street Food - FALAFEL JACUZZI + Best Ever Ful in Saida, Lebanon!

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SAIDA / SIDON, LEBANON - This was one of the best days and Lebanese food tours of my trip to Lebanon. The seafood for breakfast was delicious, but nothing compared to the outstanding hummus and ful - best I’ve ever had, and the king of falafel, in this ancient city! #streetfood #Lebanon #ArabicFood

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Here are the street food and places we visited in this video:

Abou Al Abed Cafe - Seafood Restaurant - They are very cool, and you choose the seafood you want, and they will deep fry it all, and serve it with different sauces and dips. We ate seafood for breakfast, and it was perfect.

Foul Abou El-Ezz - Kamel and Ramil both said this is the best ful in Lebanon, and it was no doubt the best ful I’ve ever had in my life. The amount of spices and additions, as well as the bitter orange, made it superd. Additionally, his fatteh and hummus were insane.

Kahwet el Qzez - Old coffee shop - Probably the coolest old coffee shop in Lebanon, it’s a community social atmosphere, where people hang out, gather, talk, drink coffee, and play cards.

Rahat el Halkoun - Turkish Delight - We stopped for a quick taste of Turkish delight in Lebanon.

Dabane Palace Museum - Along with street food, we also enjoyed walking around the ancient souk market areas of Saida / Sidon. The Dabane Palace was impressive. Price - 5,000 LBP ($3.31)

Falafel Abou Rami - Finally to end this street food tour, we ate at this legendary falafel spot, the king of falafel. One of the best falafel sandwiches I’ve ever had. Total price - 16,000 LBP ($10.61)

It was another fantastic day in Lebanon, experiencing some of the best Arabian Lebanese food I’ve had.

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Eating The BEST FOOD in Lebanon!! ULTIMATE LOCAL FOOD TOUR in BEIRUT

There is so much Delicious food in Lebanon we had to share!

1. Abou Habib - Qlayaa, Lebanon - Meat Pies & Manoushi
2. Malak Tawouk - Beirut, Lebanon - Tawouk Sandwich
3. Batchig - Antelias, Lebanon - Halloumi & Soujouk Salad, Classic Mante, Sou Beureg, Fettet Soujouk, Ourfali
4. Tasty - Kolaysa, Lebanon - Mexican Pizza, Swedish Pizza
5. Ashta - Any grocery store
6. Kababji - Beirut, Lebanon - Chick and Kafta Kabob sandwich
7. Master's Peanut Chips - Any Grocery Store
8. Zalabyeh - Layla's house
9.Grape Leaves - Wilson's House
10. Falafel Freiha- Achrafieha, Lebanon - Falafel
11.Cocktail - Beirut, Lebanon
12. Shawarma - Diwan al Hashem El Metn، Zalqa, Lebanon Zalka, Chicken and Beef Shawarma
13. Mint Lemonade, CrepeAway
14. Classic Burger - Arugula and Swiss, Mexican and Mozzarella burger
15. Hummas - It's good everywhere
16. Roasted Nuts, Dates
17. Loris - Pasteur street, Beirut, Lebanon YOU MUST GET THE FATTOUSH
18. Ghada - Deirmimas, Lebanon - Cocktail Manoushi Half Zatar Half Cheese** Fold the cheese to cheese and Zatar to Zatar

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ZGHARTA, LEBANON - When it comes to kibbeh in Lebanon, this is the village that’s made a name for itself throughout Lebanon. And before today, the only kibbeh I was really familiar with was the oval shaped little deep fried ones. It was learning experience, and I now realize why kibbeh and all its various shapes and sizes is truly one of the most special dishes of Lebanese cuisine. #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #food

Almerdeshiyeh Soutou Restaurant ( - We arrived to the restaurant and had some breakfast next to the river before proceeding with the cooking for the day. Then we got started making a few variations of kibbeh.

What is Kibbeh? - Combination of bulgur, minced meat, spices, and can be made into many formations.

We had kibbeh nayyeh - the raw meat version, kibbeh in a big flat circular pan (cooked in the fire oven), fried kibbeh, and finally the king of all kibbeh - giant meat balls filled with lamb fat and grilled.

It was an amazing meal, with similar ingredients making up each type of kibbeh but with endless shapes and sizes. Another incredible Lebanese food meal in Lebanon!

Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project.

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Village Food in Lebanon - BIG POT MOUNTAIN COOKING in Shouf | Middle Eastern Food!

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SHOUF (or CHOUF), LEBANON - Shouf is a region of Lebanon, home to an amazing biosphere reserve, and delicious mountain Lebanese food. In this video, we hung out with Cezar ( checked out some of the amazing sights, and ate some delicious local food. #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #Shouf

Cezar’s Guest House - Shouf, Lebanon - Thanks again to Cezar ( for hosting us. We started off the day with breakfast at the guest house farmstay, gathering our own eggs and vegetables. Breakfast was simple, but delicious.

Shouf Biosphere Reserve Barouk Cedar Forest - Thought it was a short hike, it was fantastic to see the cedars of Lebanon, but quite different from the other Cedars of God ( I had already seen. One of the highlights was hugging The Old Lady - People say, this is the cedar tree depicted on the flag of Lebanon.

Atelier Assaf - Art, sculpture, eco-park - Very unique place, and the brothers are extremely skilled stonemasons and craftsmen.

For lunch we returned to the guest house to eat home cooked food. Some of the talented women from the community came to the house to cook their specialities. It was an incredibly delicious home-cooked meal.

Yerba mate - I had no idea that a yerba mate culture existed in Lebanon. But due to the big population of Lebanese in Brazil and Argentina, then returning to Lebanon, they brought with them yerba mate. I spent a few months in Argentina in 2008, and learned to love it.

Dinner - Harees - Finally for dinner, we made a huge pot of harees, also known by many similar names throughout the Middle East. But it’s a wheat and meat stew, boiled for so long that it all blends together. It was very interesting to me because many of the spices were spices I typically associate with sweetness, but this was a savory dish. Very warming and a very mountain style dish.

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Authentic Lebanese Food - HUGE MEZZE + MEAT PLATTER in Beirut, Lebanon!

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CELEBRATION OF FOOD - On my first day, actually first evening in Beirut, Lebanon, we tried over 25 different dishes - it was indeed a celebration of Lebanese food! For a long long time now, I’ve been a huge fan of Lebanese food. Even as a kid, I would go out to eat Lebanese food with my parents, and we’d some of the most common dishes like hummus, tabbouleh, baba ghanoush and shish taouk. So already with a love for Lebanese cuisine, I was thrilled to be in Beirut, Lebanon, for the first time, to try the real food!

What is Mezze? - Mezze is an entire culture of eating small dishes served as appetizers and salads. Along with a full mezze spread, it’s common to drink arak, a traditional Levantine spirit made from grapes and aniseed.

Abou Hassan Restaurant ( - Maya brought us to Abou Hassan, a well known mezze and Lebanese food restaurant in Beirut. I loved it from the moment I walked in and saw all the different mezze appetizers and salads lined up and waiting to be ordered. It was without a doubt a festival of foods, flavors, colors, a true taste of Lebanese eating culture.
Here are a few of the dishes we ordered:
Tabbouleh - Salad of parsley, bulgar, tomatoes, onions, lemon
Warak Enab - Stuffed grape leaves
Lebanese Toum - King of dips, pure garlic blended with vegetable oil
Shanklish - Aged Levantine cheese
Lamb Brains - Sautéed with garlic sauce
Tagine - Tahini (sesame paste), roasted nuts
Chicken Hearts - Caramelised in pomegranate molasses

Al Halabi Restaurant ( - Next, my friend Kamel () brought us to Al Halabi Restaurant, an iconic restaurant in Beirut, known for mezze and especially for the Lebanese raw meat platter. Raw meat is commonly eaten in Lebanon, and it’s a delicacy and it’s incredibly delicious. We had raw lamb fat, meat of various textures, kibbeh nayyeh, and raw liver. Additionally, after another spectacular Lebanese meal, we were ushered to another table that was filled with dessert - a bounty of never ending fruit and sweet desserts.

Thank you again to USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project for supporting my trip to Lebanon.

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Eating PIG FISH + HUMMUS with Fishermen in Ancient Tyre! | Amazing Mediterranean Food!

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TYRE, LEBANON - Tyre is an ancient coastal city of Lebanon, that dates back to 2750 BC as a Phoenician City. It’s a fishing city, and so we set out to go on a fishing experience and eat local fish and hummus with a fisherman. Even though our catch was small, it was a hugely learning experience. #Lebanon #Tyre #fishing

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Mahfouz Sandwich Shop - The day before going fishing, we met up with the fisherman and ate some sandwiches at the legendary Mahfouz sandwich stop. Some people drive all the way from Beirut just to eat these sandwiches. The meat combinations and sweet pepper is what made them so good to me.

Fishing in Tyre - We woke up about 4 am and set off to go fishing. The fishermen had already been out for a while in the night, and they had a small catch. We set off, and cast the nets a few times, but didn’t have much luck. We did catch a few small fish, but nothing much. Captain said it was the slow part of the season, so fishing wasn’t very good.

So we ended up buying a bigger fish from the market, though still local fish from the Mediterranean Sea. We bought a pigfish, which we brought to the bakery to bake.

Baroud Restaurant - As the fish was baking we walked over to Baroud restaurant to order some hummus as Captain said he always eats hummus with fish. We also had to quickly try their ful, which was excellent. I still think the best ful though is in Saida.

After the fish was finished baking, we brought the fish and the hummus to the local fisherman canteen at the port, and feasted. The fish was incredible, so flaky and firm, and I think it was my first time to ever really eat fish and hummus as the main combination of the meal - and it works so well!

A breathtaking experience, and just a slight glimpse into the life of a fisher life in Tyre, Lebanon.

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Middle Eastern Food - FAST COOKING SKILLS + Food Tour in Ancient Baalbek, Lebanon!

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BAALBEK, LEBANON - Baalbek is an ancient city in central Lebanon, founded as a Phoenician city, but with immense history and civilizations, and impressive Roman ruins. But along with the ruins, Baalbek is known for its unique bakery foods and lots of grilled meat. This turned out to be one of my favorite dates in Lebanon for the mix of food, culture, and history. #Baalbek #Lebanon #LebaneseFood

Laiterie Massabki - On the drive from Beirut to Baalbek, we took the highway that goes from Beirut to Damascus, Syria, and Kamel mentioned that almost everyone who makes the drive stops for some cheese sandwiches a long the way, so we had to stop. They turned out to be incredibly delicious, well worth a stop. Total price - 26,000 LBP ($17.25)

Sfiha Baalbakiyye - One of the highlights of the day and of my trip to Lebanon was going to the butchery to order fresh kebabs. At the butchery they also ground fresh meat, mixed it with herbs and spices, and then we took it to the bakery across the street to make Sfiha Baalbakiyye. The bakery skills they had were super human! The kebabs and kofta were stunning as well. 65,000 LBP ($43.12) - Price for all meat and pastries

Palmyra Hotel - Kamel knows the manager of the classic Palmyra Hotel, which has been in continual operation for the last 140 years. After walking around the hotel for a bit, we had a Baalbek style food lunch in their courtyard. Food was delicious, fresh, and different tasting from a lot of the Lebanese food I had tried so far. After lunch we went to a very kind womans home to see the local Baalbek cheese and have a coffee as well.

Baalbek Ruins - And to finish off this food and attractions tour of Baalbek, we visited the famous ruins. I was blown away by the preservation and magnitude of the ruins - they are truly spectacular. 15,000 LBP ($9.95) - Entrance per person

It was an amazing day in Baalbek, Lebanon, and the highlight for me was the bakery skills and the kofta.

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Morocco Street Food - MARRAKESH'S BEST STREET FOOD GUIDE! CRAZY Halal Food tour in Morocco!!

Marrakesh + Jamaa El F’na Halal Street Food Guide 2019!!

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In our first episode we are in MARRAKECH! We are here to eat as much HALAL STREET FOOD as possible! We are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup), and then visit the community bakery. We visit the first pastry shop in Marrakech to try some traditional sweets, and wash it down with freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. The medina features some cool shops that sell pickles and famous Moroccan mint. We have lunch in a busy corner of the market and try cactus fruit for the first time. We take a break from eating and visit the Secret Garden and then watch the sunset over the city. In the evening, we hit the night market for more food: Jemaa el-Fna. We eat the classic Moroccan street foods - like braised escargots!

What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - we are going into the mountains to experience Moroccan Indigenous food! Subscribe so that you NEVER miss a Chopstick Travel episode!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Hadath El Jebbeh, Lebanon - We drove from Beirut to Hadath El Jebbeh, a small village on the edge of Kadisha Valley in Lebanon. In the village, we met up with Ward from Ward Cafe Trottoir who runs a cosy mountain restaurant serving traditional Lebanese food and local mountain dishes.

Here are a few of the delicious ingredients and Lebanese foods I learned about:

Husrum - Sour, young grape vinegar
Labneh - Creamy cheese made from yoghurt, essential in Lebanese cuisine
Shanklish - Aged and dried Levantine cheese
Awarma eggs - Eggs with salted lamb fat
Macaroon Toum - Lebanese garlic pasta
Kishk - Dried yoghurt with bulgur wheat, made into porridge

Kadisha Valley - After an amazing meal with Ward, we continued our journey into the beautiful Kadisha Valley and visited the spectacular Deir Mar Elisha monastery.

Cedars of God - The symbol of Lebanon, as has been for thousands of years is the Cedar of Lebanon, also known as the Cedars of God. They were spectacular to see in person, they are truly majestic trees.

Ehden, Lebanon - Finally, we ended this day in Lebanon in the town of Ehden for some sahlab - milk pudding.

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TRAVELING ALONE TO... LEBANON????????! | LEBANON VLOG PART 1

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I am back with another travel vlog, this time in my mother country - LEBANON! I was sooo excited to go back after 13 years!!

This is part 1 out of my Lebanon vlogs, where I will take you around the streets of Beirut and show how safe the Middle East can be!

Hope you enjoy ♥︎ Until next time!

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Souk el Tayeb: A Street Market at Beirut Souks, Lebanon

Souk el Tayeb: A Street Market at Beirut Souks, Lebanon

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Skewers and Kebab from Lebanon and Middle East. London Street Food

Lebanon 2019 - Tripoli

01:02 Citadel of Raymond de Saint-Gilles (Castle of Tripoli);
03:46 Al Mansouri Mosque;
04:26 Souk Al-Harajb;

Music:
Belly Dance by StellarTracks,
Arabia by bdProductions, envato elements

The Lebanese Traveler | Lebanese Food Festival بين الأكل اللذيذ والطبيعة الخلابة في لبنان

#lebanesefood #lebanesecuisine #soukelakel
This summer, we attended Souk El Akel's summer event The Paradise Edition On El Zireh Island Saida. If you love the Lebanese Food and Lebanon's beautiful nature, this video is for you!

Palestinian Food - RARE Zarb BBQ Arabic Cooking in Bethlehem + STREET FOOD in Palestine!

SUPER RARE Palestinian Zarb BBQ in Bethlehem!





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Welcome to a very SPECIAL episode of Chopstick Travel. Today, we will be taking you inside the home of a Palestinian family for a full on ZARB meal in Bethlehem. Zarb is a roast chicken meal, made with spices like sumac, chili and za’atar. The chicken originally was baked underground in the dessert, by the Beduins, but this family re-created a modern version of the oven, and show us the process of how it’s done.

We also take you to eat some delicious Palestinian food all around Bethlehem, while checking out some of the main sites, like the Church of Nativity and Shepherd’s Fields. Who knew Bethlehem had so much to do! One of the top highlights was a visit to Sammie’s shop, for a secret concoction tea and to listen to his singing. Did you know Sammie appeared in Conan O’Brien’s show?

If you want to experience the BEST of Bethlehem or elsewhere in Palestine (West Bank), then get in contact with Peace by Piece Tours, we highly recommend their expertise. Location & price information is not available as it is a part of Peace by Piece organized tours.

#BETHLEHEM #PALESTINIANFOOD #STREETFOOD

Thank you for watching! This video is dedicated to showing how we are all connected through delicious food, no matter our culture, gender, religion, etc. Please refrain from political arguments in the comments. We aim to connect people through the love for food, not separate.

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Hey there, we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson with ! We’re on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travels began in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We've eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India, Street Food in Turkey and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram! Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!

Street Food in Palestine 2019

Travel Vlog - explore the city of Tyre / Sour and travel through South Lebanon.

Travel vlog - explore the city of Tyre (or Sour in arabic) and travel through South Lebanon up to the border town of Naqoura.

Tyre is an ancient Phoenician city and the legendary birthplace of Europa and Dido (the founder and first queen of Carthage). Today it is the second largest city in South Lebanon after Sidon (Saida). In Tyre, you will find several archaeological sites. The archaeological remains date back mainly to Roman times, including baths, an arena, a colonnaded road, a triumphal arch, an aqueduct and a hippodrome. As a tourist, you shouldn't miss the old town of Tyre with its fishing harbour and the neighbouring Christian Quarter. In the modern part of Tyre, you will find the corniche with plenty of restaurants and cafes.

South Lebanon is a primarily rural area. Driving through the countryside, one comes across many picturesque villages and small towns. The village of Maghdouche is one such place. It is located about 3 kms inland on the top of a hill. Maghdouche is known for the Lady of Mantara Statue and the Lady of Mantara Church.

The area along the Lebanese-Israeli border is also extremely beautiful and definitely worth exploring. Naqoura is a small coastal town located right at the border with Israel. It is home to a large UNIFIL base (the United Nations peacekeeping mission to Lebanon).

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