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

Mark Wiens

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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