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🎥Authentic Lebanese Food - Huge Mezze: 🤍 🔔Subscribe 🤍 for 2 new videos every week 👕T-shirts and caps: 🤍 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 Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project. Friends in the video: Thanks to Ibrahim Osta (Director Middle East & North Africa, Chemonics International): 🤍 🤍 Fadi Abu Jaber: 🤍 Kamel: 🤍 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! 🎵MUSIC: “London Beat” 🤍 —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! 🤍 👕Get t-shirts and caps: 🤍 📷Camera gear I use: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
The tastiest Lebanese dishes. What to eat in Lebanon? As gourmets from all over the world have recently shown an unprecedented interest in the riches of Arab culinary culture, the culinary world is experiencing an incredible boom in Middle Eastern cuisine these days. The Lebanese cuisine stands out and remains the real culinary pearl of the Middle East with its superbly tasty dishes. You may have already seen some of them in our previous videos about the culinary cultures of the Middle East, but we must tell you about them today, because their origins lie in Lebanon. To purchase cookbook «Cooking with spice mixes, pastes and sauces»: Via Amazon Kindle: 🤍 00:00 | Lebanese food Introduction 00:48 | Lebanese Fatteh 01:18 | Lebanese Batata Harra 01:48 | Lebanese Manakish 03:14 | Lebanese Warak enab (Lebanese dolma) 03:44 | Lebanese Fattoush, Lebanese Tabbouleh 04:56 | Lebanese Kibbeh, Lebanese Falafel 06:13 | Lebanese Hummus, Lebanese Baba Ghanoush 07:35 | Lebanese Kanafeh (Kunāfah) 08:03 | Lebanese Labneh, Lebanese Mutabal 09:18 | Lebanese Shawarma #lebanesecuisine #lebanesedishes #lebanon #lebanesefood #arabianfood #middleeasternfood #foodinlebanon #streetfood #cooking #food #recipes #top10
🧳NICOLAS: 🤍 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 With the dawn of a new day in Beirut, Lebanon, I went on a no holds barred food tour of eastern Beirut with my friend and guide Nico! Come with us as we eat our way through eastern Beirut, Lebanon! We’d be doing a mix of different foods this morning, which were different from Lebanese mezze. 👕 DAVID’S BEEN HERE MERCH: 🤍 Our first stop was Abou Hassan, where we watched them prepare ful (fava beans with chickpeas, oil, and lemon juice). They come with onion, tomato, mint, peperoncini, and pickled beets. I also watched them prepare fatteh, which is bread and chickpeas in yogurt topped with butter and nuts. They also made a variation of hummus called mousabbaha, which contains salt, garlic, chickpea paste, whole chickpeas, and lime juice. The ful with pita contained onions, and I loved the fluffiness of the pita. The fatteh was light and creamy. The herbs in it were fantastic. I loved it. It reminded me of Indian chaats. Finally, the mousabbaha was incredibly hot and flavorful. It was an amazing variation of hummus. The radish, peperoncini, tomatoes, and mint, were also amazing. We got it all for about $7 USD! Next, we drove through the eastern suburbs of the city. Between the weather and the architecture, it felt like I was somewhere in Europe! At Café Younes, we had some amazing black Turkish coffee. Then, Nico read my fortune. He saw a dragon, which means something good will happen to me soon! From there, we walked to a local produce vendor and tried some pomegranate seeds. They also sold tomatoes, onions, potatoes, beets, and more! Next, we drove 10 minutes to Cocktail Jabbour for some fruit cocktails. They’re like fruit smoothies with fresh fruit on them. I went with the avocado with banana, kiwi, strawberries, strawberry juice, avocado puree, whipped cream, and honey. It cost $2 and was super healthy and refreshing. There was no added sugar. I loved the curd. Then, we drove to the ruins of Petit Serail in the heart of Beirut. They’re actually the foundations of an Ottoman palace. You can also see old Roman aqueducts and houses there! Beirut has been rebuilt seven times. The country also has a rich history and was once controlled by the Phoenicians, Persians, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans. Nearby is Independence Square, which is where commerce happened in the 1960s. There’s also a mosque and church nearby. The next area we walked through was full of French-inspired architecture. There are silk factories in the area, as well as restaurants and pubs. I loved the bright colors and the architecture. We arrived at Le Chef, a restaurant that was destroyed at one point. Its owners put up a GoFundMe to fund its reconstruction, and the actor Russell Crowe paid for it to be rebuilt! Here, we’d have homestyle Lebanese cooking. We had some loubieh (green beans in tomato sauce), maghmour/moussaka (roasted eggplant & chickpea stew), mujadara msufaye (rice & lentil paste with caramelized onions), and kibbeh labanieh (meat fritters with yogurt). The loubieh was light and chunky and felt really healthy. I really liked the grainy mujadara msufaye, and the roasty maghmour blew me away. It was amazing! The kibbeh labanieh came with bulgur and was hollow but hearty. Then, they brought dessert: mahalabieh (orange blossom pudding) and meghli (rice flour pudding with cinnamon, caraway, anise, and nuts). The meghli was fluffy and thick, with an added crunch from the nuts. I loved the mahalabieh, which was thick and cold and had the nice orange flavor. It reminded me of panna cotta! The whole meal cost us $10 USD! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Beirut #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #DavidinLebanon About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. For the last 13 years, I have traveled the world in search of unique destinations and cuisines. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have explored over 1,200 destinations in 84 countries, while documenting them on my YouTube channels, travel blog, and social media sites. I focus mostly on cuisine, culture, and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Where have you been? P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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We're making 4 classic Lebanese Breakfast Dishes that are AMAZING! First we have Msabaha, a crushed Chickpea dish, then we have Lebanses Ful Medames with Fava Beans and Chickpeas. Next is Fattet Hummus, and finally we have Eggs with confitted meat. 🙌 Support the Channel 🙌 If you enjoy our recipes and want to help us make more, then consider becoming a Patron. You can get your name in the video credits as well as some behind the scene updates 🤍 _ Sources: Anthony Rahayel - Al Soussi: The Best Traditional Lebanese Breakfast (eggs, hummus, foul, Fatteh) 🤍 How to Prepare Dried Chickpeas: The BEST Koshari in the world - Egyptian Vegan Street Food Ful Medames Video: Ful Medames - Fava beans served 3 DELICIOUS ways Hummus Fatteh Video: Hummus but make it a main - Hummus Fatteh How to fry pitta bread: Hummus but make it a main - Hummus Fatteh _ 🍳 My Kitchen Equipment 🥘 (These links are amazon affiliated and help support the channel at no extra cost to you) Microplane grater: 🤍 OXO Kitchen Scissors: 🤍 Borner Mandoline: 🤍 Box Grater: 🤍 Food Processor: 🤍 Smaller food processor: 🤍 My Kitchen Scale: 🤍 Vegetable Peeler: 🤍 Citrus Juicer: 🤍 Stainless Steel Cookware: 🤍 Utensils: 🤍 Glass jugs: 🤍 Stick blender: 🤍 📷 My Filming Equipment 🎥 Sony a6400: 🤍 Sony F1.8 Lens: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sounds - Referral link for a free trial here 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:40 Msabaha - Smashed Chickpeas 2:42 Lebanese Ful Medames 4:19 Fattet Hummus 6:21 Homemade Kawarma & eggs 8:42 Taste Test & Outro Msabaha: (Makes 2 portions) 400g Chickpeas 1/2 Cup chickpea liquid 1 1/2 Tbsp Tahina 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1/4 Tsp Salt 1/4 Tsp Cumin 1 clove of Garlic Some countries add yoghurt to it Lebanese Ful: (Makes 2 portions) 400g Fava beans 100g Chickpeas 2 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1 Tbsp Olive Oil 1/4 Tsp Salt 1/4 Onion 1/4 Tomato 1 Garlic Clove Fattet Humous: (Makes 2 portions) 200g Chickpeas (1/2 can) 140g yoghurt 1/4 Cup Chickpea Liquid 1 1/2 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1 Tbsp Tahina 1/4 Tsp Salt 1/4 Tsp Cumin 1 clove garlic 2 thin Lebanese Pitta breads Kawarma: 300g Lamb Cubes or Mince (or beef) 300g Lamb fat (or beef) 1 Tbsp salt For garnish: Olive oil Parsley Lebanese pitta bread Directions: To soften and heat chickpeas: 1- Drain your canned chickpeas and rinse with cold water *(If you want to peel your chickpeas, rub them together in a bowl of water to loosen the skins) 2- Place in a pot with 1 Tsp of Cumin and 1/4 Tsp Chilli powder 3- Cover with boiling water, and bring to a boil 4- Allow to simmer for 10-30 minutes, until the chickpeas are soft and tender 5- Once cooked, retain chickpeas and their water until needed To make Msabaha: 1- Place your chickpeas in a bowl and use a potato masher to lightly crush them 2- Add the tahini paste, mince the garlic and add, then add the lemon juice, cumin and salt 3- Mix thoroughly then mix in 1//2 a cup of cooked chickpea liquid 4- Place in a serving bowl and garnish with chopped parsley To make the Ful: 1- Pour your can of ful into a pot and heat on medium heat until boiling and warmed through 2- Place the ful in a bowl and mash lightly untill the beans are broken 3- Add in the minced garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and about 50g or a few tablespoons of lightly crushed chickpeas 4- Mix together well, then plate in a bowl. Make a small dip in the middle, add some more chickpeas and garnish the dish with small diced tomato and onion. Add a little parsley and pour loads of olive oil into the dish To make the Fatteh: 1- Cut your bread into bite sized pieces 2- Mix well with 1 Tbsp Olive oil and 1/4 Tsp each of Salt and Pepper 3- Bake for 8-10 minutes at 180c until golden and crispy 4- Place your chickpeas in a bowl and lightly crush 5- In a serving bowl, place a bed of toasted pitta. Add a few tablespoons of chickpea liquid and mix well 6- Top with the crushed chickpeas 7- Mix the Yoghurt, lemon juice, Tahini, salt, cumin, garlic and 1/4 cup chickpea liquid together 8- Pour the sauce onto your serving bowl until the whole thing is covered 9- Add more bread on top for decoration 10- You can optionally fry some pine nuts in butter or ghee and pour over the dish To make Kawarma: 1- Slice the meat into small cubes about 1cm in size 2- Slice the fat into smallish pieces 3- Place the fat into a pot over medium heat and allow it to melt completely 4- Once melted add the meat and turn to the lowest heat possible 5- Cook for 30-40 minutes then add the salt 6- Place in a sterile jar and cover with the rendered fat
🧳NICO: 🤍 🇱🇧 MOUNIR: 🤍 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 With my time in Lebanon quickly winding down, I headed to Beit Meri, not far from Beirut, to have some authentic Lebanese mezze. Come with me on my Lebanese mezze food adventure! My guide Nico and I would be heading to one of the best restaurants in the country for mezze, Mounir. Mounir has been in business since 1970 and offers hot and cold mezze. Everything they sell is farm-to-table, and they have the reputation of having the best mezze in the country! 👕 DAVID’S BEEN HERE MERCH: 🤍 Inside, we met Fahim. I learned from him that they make their own arak! He took me into the kitchen, where I watched them bake saj bread in their oven, as well as a crepe-like wheat bread. Next, I watched some guys make some kafta and some grilled meat with some sauce and chilies! They added black pepper, salt, herbs, chilis, and spices to some ground lamb and mixed it well. You can eat it raw and grilled. They also made chicken thighs with marinade. Then, they took some marinated lamb chunks and grilled them. They also made some raw kibbeh with parsley, onions, and ground wheat. Then, they mixed up some tabbouleh with parsley, tomatoes, onions, lemon, and oil. They even add some lettuce. One of the cooks fed me some tabbouleh on the lettuce. It was so good! I also watched them make fresh hummus. They also grilled some onions and tomatoes on a skewers next to the chicken thighs and lamb kebabs. We’d have it with some spicy bread with parsley, onions, pepper, and more. They grilled it over the charcoal! At our table, we had loubya bi zayt (green beans in tomato sauce), ful (fava bean stew with olive oil and cumin), hummus with chickpeas, hindbeh (dandelion greens with olive oil and caramelized or fried onions), and moudardara (lentils with fried onions). We also had tabbouleh, kibbeh nayye (raw lamb), kafta (lamb kebabs), chicken thighs, cheese with thyme and olives, balela (chickpea salad with sauce and oil), fattoush (essentially Greek salad without feta cheese), and raw lamb kafta. What a feast! I started with a spicy pepper and some kibbeh nayye with thin pita. I loved it with the olive oil! Next was the raw lamb kafta with bread. The kafta contained wheat, which makes it different from the kibbeh nayye. It was so fresh! The lamb tenderloin was tender and had the spicy marinade on it, which I loved. Next was the smooth arak. Then, I had the moudardara and fattoush. The fattoush was super fresh, and the moudardara was fantastic. It was so simple yet so delicious! The spicy grilled bread with the tomato sauce, onions, parsley, and kafta was amazing. I loved the tender, smoky meat and the spice of the bread! The hummus added a creaminess. The chicken thighs melted in my mouth and was amazing with the hummus and creamy garlic paste. The tabbouleh lettuce wraps also blew my mind. The fresh lemon juice made it pop! Then, I had some shisha, which felt good. Next, it was time for more arak and then the loubya bi zayt. The cheese with thye and olives was even better than mozzarella, and I loved the tomatoes and onions in the loubya bi zayt. The cumin in the balela balanced out the garlic. The oil and lemon juice was fantastic. The hindbeh had a creamy texture and the crispy onions were wonderful. For dessert, we had atayef (pancakes stuffed with ashta cream), biscuits made of vermicelli noodles with ashta cream between them, and ashta cream with honey. The atayef was a creamy and decadent pancake, while the ashta with honey was fluffy and sweet! The one with vermicelli was crumbly and creamy! Finally, I finished with coffee, arak, and shisha! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Mounir #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #DavidinLebanon About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. For the last 13 years, I have traveled the world in search of unique destinations and cuisines. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have explored over 1,200 destinations in 84 countries, while documenting them on my YouTube channels, travel blog, and social media sites. I focus mostly on cuisine, culture, and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Where have you been? P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
Al Soussi: The Best Traditional Lebanese Breakfast (eggs, hummus, foul, Fatteh). Meet Ragi Kebbeh . Previous Videos: 2021 🤍 2021 🤍 2019 🤍 2018 🤍 2017 🤍 2014 🤍 . . LOCATION: 🤍 . A traditional breakfast is eggs in awarma baked in a clay skillet. The equivalent of the Anglo-Saxon eggs and bacon, except the fat here is lamb fat. Awarma is also used as part of the stuffing for kibbeh. A tablespoon of awarma adds meat flavor to a stew or pilaf, even if no meat is used. #Lebanon #AnthonyRahayel #NoGarlicNoOnions #LebaneseFood #شيطيّب #اكل #لبناني# #foodvideos #مشوار #happypeople #loubnan #لبنان #ضيعة Following the recommendation of the CNN’s Best Breakfasts from Around the World, we went to meet the Soussi family. Raji Kebbe, the old man standing in the kitchen, and his cousin Ahmad el Soussi, welcome their guests from the early hours of the morning until the last minute of lunch has passed. They say try the foul (fava beans) at El Soussi, but that’s not the only thing they do… Come here for the hummus, fatteh, kawarma, bad ghanam and surely chicken liver. 🤍 🤍 🤍
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🎥Ultimate Street Food Tour in Beirut: 🤍 👕T-shirts and caps: 🤍 🍌Mark Wiens Banana Chips - Worldwide Shipping Available Now: 🤍 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 Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project. Thanks to Ibrahim Osta (Director Middle East & North Africa, Chemonics International): 🤍 🤍 Friends in the video: Maya and Ramil Fadi Abu Jaber: 🤍 Kamel: 🤍 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. 🎵MUSIC: “Heavy Breeze” “Them Thieves” 🤍 —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! 🤍 👕Get t-shirts and caps: 🤍 📷Camera gear I use: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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🔔Subscribe 🤍 for 2 new videos every week (and click the Bell icon for notifications) 🎥8,000 Year-Old BBQ Style: 🤍 👕T-shirts and caps: 🤍 Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project. #LebaneseFood #Beirut #Lebanon Friends in the video: Friends in the video: Thanks to Ibrahim Osta (Director Middle East & North Africa, Chemonics International): 🤍 🤍 Fadi Abu Jaber: 🤍 Kamel: 🤍 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. 🎵MUSIC: “Like a Ricochet” 🤍 and 🤍 —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! 🤍 👕Get t-shirts and caps: 🤍 📷Camera gear I use: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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This week Maeve O'Meara goes in search of the fresh green flavours of Lebanese food when she visits one of her favourite Middle Eastern emporiums with master chef Greg Malouf. There, she discovers how to choose the best tahini, yoghurt, burgul, chick peas and spice mixes for use in the Lebanese kitchen. Later, Maeve visits Samira Saab whose tabouli is legendary and who has some simple tips on making it taste amazing.
Warning: If you're hungry, do not watch this video... The tiny country of Lebanon produces one of the most delicious cuisines that you can find anywhere on earth. I've basically been on a 4 day eating binge around Lebanon with my buddy Georgio, and my stomach could not be happier. The food in Lebanon is as good as it gets. My favorite Lebanese foods (so far) have been: falafel, hummus, tabbouleh, man’ousheh, olives, fattoush, kunafeh and baklava. Have you tried any of these? What's your favorite Lebanese food? Comment below! Music: Epidemic Sound ► SUBSCRIBE for daily travel videos: 🤍 ► Are you on Instagram? Join me 🤍drewbinsky! ► Travel Blog: 🤍 ESSENTIAL GEAR (these are affiliate links, meaning I make a small commission at no additional cost to you. Your purchase helps me continue making these videos!) ► Panasonic Lumix GH5 (main camera): 🤍 ► DJI Spark (drone): 🤍 ► Go Pro Hero Session 5: 🤍 ► MacBook Pro 15'': 🤍 ► 2TB Lacie External Hardrive: 🤍 ► JOBY Gorilla Tripod: 🤍 ► Osprey 46L Backpack: 🤍 FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ►Facebook 🤍drewbinsky: 🤍 (I post daily videos there too!) ►Instagram 🤍drewbinsky: 🤍 ►Snapchat 🤍drewbinsky ►Twitter 🤍drewbinsky: 🤍 MORE ABOUT ME: 🤍 CONTACT ME: drew (at) drewbinsky (dot) com
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🎥Travel Guide to Beirut: 🤍 👕T-shirts and caps: 🤍 🍌Mark Wiens Banana Chips - Worldwide Shipping Available Now: 🤍 Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project. Friends in the video: Thank you to Maya Kamel: 🤍 Tawlet Ammiq (🤍 - For lunch in Beqaa Valley, Lebanon, we went to Tawlet Ammiq, an amazing eco-restaurant that empowers the local community and serves a huge buffet of local Lebanese food. The atmosphere is spectacular and it was a great opportunity to see the food being prepared by the amazing women and then to taste each and every dish. Lebanese Food Buffet - First on the buffet, they had the entire meze salad sections, with all the familiar Lebanese classics like hummus and labneh. But the hot food section included some regional specific dishes, as well as home-style Lebanese food that’s not always easy to find at restaurants. A few of my favorite dishes were the marinated and grilled trout, and the Aleppo style kebabs in cherry sauce. Along with delicious food and the variety of Lebanese food, one of the highlights of eating at Tawlet Ammiq is amazing atmosphere under the trees and the view over the Beqaa Valley. An amazing restaurant and place to visit when you’re in Lebanon. 🎵MUSIC: “Better Together” 🤍 —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! 🤍 👕Get t-shirts and caps: 🤍 📷Camera gear I use: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
#Lebanon #Spinachandrice #Lebanesefood #MadeinLebanon #لبنان #traditionalfood #madewithlove #deliciousfood #easyrecipe #nellandI #nellandanthony . Spinach and Rice: (Rezz w Sbenegh). Easy to Prepare, Healthy Lebanese Traditional Meal. Lunchtime! . السبانخ والأرز: (رز وصبنيغ). سهلة التحضير ، وجبة تقليدية لبنانية صحية. موعد الغذاء! . “Lebnen A7la Balad Bel 3alam” and I’ve been trying to prove it since 2012. I’m Anthony Rahayel, passionate Lebanese, dental surgeon by profession, professional photographer, advocate of great food, blogger, YouTuber, influencer, marketing expert and TV presenter; having one and single aim, that is to show Lebanese and the world, “The Lebanon as not seen on TV”. I have founded Lebanon’s street food market “Souk el Akel” and won the award of “World Street Food Blogger of 2019”. Since 2012 I’ve had only one goal – To uncover the real face of Lebanon, not the one that makes headlines on international television shows, but the real, the amazing, traditional and authentic Lebanon. It is that Lebanon I seek to broadcast far and wide. A Lebanon full of life, passion and vitality, full of people who are producing the most wonderful dishes, meals, desserts and much, much more. NoGarlicNoOnions with its food blog (5,000 articles to date), Youtube channel (130,000 subscribers), Instagram account (150,000 followers), google maps (600 million views) and Facebook page (95,000 followers) aims to discover the heroes behind this marvelous country, spread happiness and revive “Paris of the Middle East”. With every day that goes by and every discovery made and every new venture developed, the aim is one. My aim is to keep people connected to each other and to their roots, to make everyone enjoy, smile when they taste something good and unique, to discover the endless food artisans available across the country... creating a positive and rich environment that allows us all to embrace what we have and embrace life. . You are watching another video by #NoGarlicNoOnions #AnthonyRahayel Our Projects: - The Blog: 🤍 - The TV show: 🤍 . Follow us on Social Media: FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 SUPPORT: 🤍 MERCHANDISE: 🤍
🧳ARMANDO: 🤍 🇱🇧 RESTAURANT: [Instagram Handle/Website] 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 With another afternoon in Lebanon upon me, I set out to try some local favorites. Lebanese fast food, if you will. Join me as I try some Lebanese fast food in the town of Jounieh, Lebanon! Jounieh is a coastal town roughly a 30-minute drive north of the capital, Beirut. Armando and I would be exploring the old souk in town, trying some food, and seeing some attractions! 👕 DAVID’S BEEN HERE MERCH: 🤍 Our first stop was Malak Al Tawouk, a famous sandwich shop that has been around for 25 years. It was busy inside—there was a long line of customers. You can watch them make your sandwich through the windows. The tawouk sandwich is a wrap that contains grilled chicken chunks, cole slaw, garlic paste, pickles, a red sauce, and French fries. I could also see them making hot dogs and burgers! I got the medium tawouk. The cole slaw gave it a nice crunch, and the chicken chunks were juicy and tender. The fries added a nice, soft texture, and I loved the thin pita. There were so many flavors between the pickles and sauces! I could see why tawouk sandwiches are so popular, especially late and night after parties! Most of the shops in the center of town were closed as it was Sunday. There were lots of brick and sandstone buildings with commercial space on the lowest floor and residential space on top. After wandering for a while, we made it to the beach, where we found some local fishermen fishing on the rocks! It’s beautiful! From there, we drove five minutes to Teleferique, a funicular that would take us up to a popular local attraction. It cost 8,000 Lebanese pounds (LBP)/$5.36 USD to park and another 25,000 LBP/$16.74 USD for a round-trip ticket. The funicular was small—only big enough to seat two people. The views as we rode up, between the buildings. We were riding up to about 500 meters above sea level. It only took about 5 minutes to Harissa, a municipality at the very top. There, you’ll find the walking path to Our Lady of Lebanon! The views over the town were stunning just before sunset! Our Lady of Lebanon is 8.5 meters high and 5 meters wide. It’s made of bronze but it’s painted white to look like stone. We couldn’t go up to the top because of COVID, but we could go into the chapel. Remember to be quiet and respectful inside! The views from there are a true spectacle, though! There’s also a place where you can buy and light candles. There’s also a basilica and another funicular you can ride on a track back down to the funicular. There were hundreds of people in line to head back down since it was so late in the day. Seeing Jounieh at sunset was so gorgeous and magical. What an amazing afternoon in Jounieh! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Jounieh #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #DavidinLebanon About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. For the last 13 years, I have traveled the world in search of unique destinations and cuisines. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have explored over 1,200 destinations in 84 countries, while documenting them on my YouTube channels, travel blog, and social media sites. I focus mostly on cuisine, culture, and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Where have you been? P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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Presentation is the key. Letscookolet going to show you how to make one of the most popular and delicious traditional lebanese rice\ hashweh with roasted nuts, can b served with Lamb, Chicken or Turkey, All yours to ENJOY!! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Best Homemade Waffle Recipe" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
🎥Ultimate Street Food Tour in Beirut: 🤍 👕T-shirts and caps: 🤍 🍌Mark Wiens Banana Chips - Worldwide Shipping Available Now: 🤍 Beirut, Lebanon is an amazing city. It’s a city that’s been through a lot, but the people hold it together. In this simple and fun travel guide to Beirut, we’ll eat some delicious food and visit some of the famous sights of Beirut. #Beirut #Lebanon Kamel - Feryal Boutique: 🤍 Feryal - Mouneh Boutique (🤍 - Kamel and his family source the best food products and ingredients from across Lebanon. I bought some sour young grape juice and pomegranate molasses to bring home to Thailand with me. Go say hi to Kamel when you’re in Beirut! Basterma Mano (🤍 - The highlight here is the soujouk on the shawarma, and it’s delicious. The basterma is good too, but the soujouk was the winner for me. Soujouk Sandwich - 5,000 LBP ($3.32) Mossis Restaurant (🤍 - Since we were in the area, Kamel knew another sandwich shop he’d been going to for years. We had roast beef, soujouk, and the kind owners gave us a plate of basterma on the side - delicious. Sandwich - 6,000 LBP ($3.98) Al Falamanki Raouche - This is a cafe and restaurant serving all sorts of Lebanese food, and one of the highlights of coming here is to enjoy the amazing views of the iconic Raouche Rocks - Pigeons’ Rock. It’s not cheap, but a very nice place to hang out in Beirut. Next on this tour of Beirut, we stopped at the beautiful Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque and Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in the heart of Beirut. And lastly, we walked along the gorgeous Corniche Beirut waterfront. Hotel Albergo (🤍 - We were invited for a rooftop sunset drink at the top of Hotel Albergo, a beautiful historical hotel in Beirut. The view was outstanding, and a perfect was to finish a day in Beirut. Hope you enjoyed this simple Beirut travel guide! 🎵MUSIC: “Unchained” 🤍 —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! 🤍 👕Get t-shirts and caps: 🤍 📷Camera gear I use: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
🧳NICO: 🤍 🇱🇧 RESTAURANT: 🤍 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 With more adventures in Lebanon ahead of me, I finally made it to the city of Tripoli, where I’d be going all-out with food and sightseeing. Come with me as I enjoy some incredible Lebanese food in Tripoli, Lebanon! Tripoli is the second-largest city in Lebanon after Beirut, as well as its northernmost city. It’s an ancient city whose roots go back to at least the 14th century BCE! 👕 DAVID’S BEEN HERE MERCH: 🤍 My friend and guide Nico and I started our adventure at the Palace of Sweets, a legendary shop that sells Lebanese sweets! It dates back to 1881 and is famous for their dishes made with ashta cream, including cakes, cookies, and ashta cream knafeh! Everything looked so good, especially the knafeh! They invited into the back, where we saw it being made, along with lots of other sweets. The halawet el jebn was made of thin dough filled with ashta cream, which is fried and soaked in sugar syrup. It was like a sweet, creamy egg roll! Next, we got some pistachio mafroukeh, ashta cream knafeh, and maamoul. The pistachio mafroukeh with hot rose syrup was fluffy and creamy. I loved the fluffiness, crispiness, and decadence of the ashta cream knafeh. The maamoul also contained ashta cream and was my favorite of the three. It was soft and crumbly, and the rose syrup took it to the next level. Upstairs, we saw their beautiful cafe-like dining hall where you can buy more items, including chocolates and savory foods! Then, we went back into the kitchen to watch them make the halawet el jebn! It’s hand-made out of a dough of semolina and cheese. Then, they coat it in sugar syrup! From there, we drove five minutes to the Castle of Tripoli (a.k.a. The Citadel of Raymond Saint-Gilles) in the center of town. Below it on the street is a mini market with fruit and vegetable vendors. You have to climb uphill to get to the fortress! It’s a beautiful Crusader fortress that dates back to before the 12th century. It was enlarged in 1103 but was completely destroyed before being rebuilt by the Ottomans. It has a moat and little windows where archers defended the fortress. There are also white and black bricks around the entrance archway. It only cost us $0.50 each to enter. Inside, the citadel is massive. There are lots of buildings, a courtyard, and more. There are so many levels with staircases leading up and down. I could see ruins of houses. There are windows looking out directly at the city, and on the roof, you can enjoy stunning views over all of Tripoli and the sea. Next, we headed to the old souk, where you’ll find lots of shops with jewelry vendors, food vendors, spice sellers, and more. I tried a bit of za’atar and bought a big bag for my friends! Then, we found a vendor selling moghrabieh, which is dough balls, chickpeas, and onions stir-fried together. Here, they put it in a rolled sandwich with pickled turnip. I loved the grainy dough balls and the pickled turnips! It cost 15,000 LL. Then, at another stand, I got more za’atar from Syria and then a pickled chili from another stand. In their kitchen, I tried shanklish (cheese with lots of spices and olive oil). It was crumbly and so tasty! Next were fruit, vegetable, and seafood vendors. I tried fresh strawberries before making it to the jewelry section. Then, we found and toured a hammam, or a Turkish bath! After leaving the souk, we went to have some Tripoli kaak (15,000 LL), which is a bread with ackawi cheese, black olives, tomatoes, and peppers inside. It was smoky and crispy and a little doughy, like a thin bagel sandwich. Finally, we drove to El Mina, a community next to the sea, to have some chicken at Kalasina Chicken. They grill it over charcoal! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Tripoli #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #DavidinLebanon About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. For the last 13 years, I have traveled the world in search of unique destinations and cuisines. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have explored over 1,200 destinations in 84 countries, while documenting them on my YouTube channels, travel blog, and social media sites. I focus mostly on cuisine, culture, and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Where have you been? P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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Mujadara Recipe In this video you'll learn how to make Lebanese lentils and rice called mujadara. This is my family's recipe and it's hands down the BEST mujadara you'll ever taste. It has our secret step and ingredient to make it so good. Lebanese lentils and rice was known as a poor man's food, but now, everyone loves it. For the full recipe details click here 🤍 Mujadara is also known as mujaddara, mjadara, mejadara - all depending on where abouts you're from. Did you know that mjadara is accidentally an authentice Lebanese vegan recipe! You only need 3 main ingredients to make mujadara; 2.5 cups Brown lentils 2 cups Basmati rice 6 cups water 3 cups for soaking and 3 cups for cooking 600 g Onion divided (½ finely sliced & ½ finely diced) ½ cup Olive Oil ¾ tbsp Salt #mujadara #howtomakemujadara #lebaneselentilsandrice #veganlebaneserecipes #lentilsrecipe Did you make this Lebanese mujadara recipe? Leave me a comment below. Janelle x — Instagram 🤍plantbasedfolk Twitter 🤍plantbasedfolk Pinterest 🤍plantbasedfolk 🤍plantbasedfolk.com plantbasedfolk🤍gmail.com - 🎶 Carefree Melody by Twin Musicom 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍
🧳NICOLAS: 🤍 🇱🇧 RESTAURANT JOSEPH: 🤍 🇱🇧 FALAFEL FREIHA: 🤍 As my time in Lebanon continued, I set out on an amazing food tour of its capital. Join me as I go on an unforgettable Beirut street food tour in this beautiful coastal Lebanon city! My guide Nicolas and I started off at Restaurant Joseph, which is known for having the best chicken shawarma in Lebanon and the world! They won the award for best sandwich in the world in 2015! 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 👕 DAVID’S BEEN HERE MERCH: 🤍 Inside, I watched them build a plate of chicken shawarma, lettuce, pickles, and fries. There, I met Joseph and saw their chicken, meat, and shrimp skewers, as well as their buffet and sandwich toppings. The chicken shawarma sandwich contained lots of juicy chicken and the amazing garlic sauce. The bread had a nice crunch, as did the pickles inside. It was like a chicken salad with herbs inside bread! The beef shawarma sandwich contained parsley and tarator sauce. It was so tasty! They’re both amazing and less than $3 each. The tomatoes inside also blew my mind! From there, we hopped in the car and drove through the rain to Falafel Freiha, which is the #1 falafel shop in Lebanon on Trip Advisor. They’re famous for their falafels. Falafels are chickpea & fava bean fritters mixed with bulgur. They’re usually eaten in a pita with lettuce, tomatoes, and sauce. This falafel sandwich contained tarator sauce, parsley, tomatoes, and white radish. I loved the falafels The sandwich was crispy and the radish gave it a nice crunch. The parsley and tomatoes were super refreshing! The owner didn’t charge me at all, but they usually cost 30,000 Lebanese pounds each. Then, we drove to Kaakeh Square, where they make kaakeh, which is a type of bread with sesame seeds. They have many varieties, including plain, rye, and oat. They stuffed the kaakeh with white French cheese with za’atar. The cheese inside was very melty and gooey. I loved the za’atar inside! What a way to end my Beirut food tour in Lebanon! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Beirut #Lebanon #LebaneseFood #DavidinLebanon About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. For the last 13 years, I have traveled the world in search of unique destinations and cuisines. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have explored over 1,200 destinations in 84 countries, while documenting them on my YouTube channels, travel blog, and social media sites. I focus mostly on cuisine, culture, and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Where have you been? P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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Kibbeh is a traditional Lebanese recipe which combines mince and ground meat with the perfect combination of nuts and spices. This savoury dish is a Mediterranean alternate to a beef croquette and can be enjoyed as a starter, main or side dish. Its most fascinating aspect is that it can be enjoyed several ways and in this Kibbeh recipe, we show you how to make 2 of them! This Kibbeh recipe will introduce you to one of my favourite Lebanese friends, Antoinette, who is a master of this cuisine! - 📺SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL (IT’S FREEEEEE ;-) 🤍 📖Share it with your FOODIE friends on FACEBOOK 🌍Get the recipe on my #FoodBlog 🤍 🍝Check out my website for full recipes and to follow my blog: 🤍 Download my Mobile App 🤍 🔄Kg to cups converter: 🤍 LEBANESE KIBBEH RECIPE )KIBE) Ingredients: 200g burgul 300g ground sheep or lamb meat 500g sheep or lamb mince 50g pine nuts mixed with slivered almonds 3 onions Cumin Paprika Dried mint Salt & Pepper Olive Oil Water STEP ONE - PREPARING THE BURGAL: 1. To start the Kibbeh recipe, put the burgal in a large mixing bowl and add water to it. Wash the grain well using your hands to mix the water through. You can leave this aside for an hour, but if you don’t have the time, a few minutes will also suffice. 2. Strain the water out, leaving just a small amount so it can continue to absorb. 3. Add ½ tablespoon of each of the following ingredients: salt, pepper, paprika, dry mint and cumin. Mix thoroughly so the grain is well flavoured. 4. Grate an onion and add it to the mixture, then blend it together really well. STEP TWO – PREPARING THE MEAT 1. Chop up 2 x small-medium size onions. 2. Put a deep fry pan on high heat and drizzle 2 x tablespoons of olive oil. KEEP READING THE RECIPE ON MY WEBSITE: 🤍 Please Support My Channel via Patreon! (Help me to create more content) 🤍 This video contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links below, I’ll receive a small commission to support my youtube channel. Support My Channel By Shopping on Amazon! 🤍 These are the products I love using the most in my kitchen: Chasseur cookware: 🤍 Chef Knives: 🤍 Provolone Cheese: 🤍 Pasta: 🤍 Tomato Sauce: 🤍 Italian Coffee: 🤍 Extra Virgin Olive Oil: 🤍 Parmesan Cheese: 🤍 Cantina Zaccagnini Wines: 🤍 📺Subscribe to my YOUTUBE CHANNEL 🤍 📖LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK 🤍 📷FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM 🤍vincenzosplate 🤍 ✔FOLLOWM ME ON GOOGLE+ 🤍 🙌FOLLOW ME ON LINKEDIN 🤍 🕴FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER 🤍 🌍Join my Italian Tour in July 2017 and discover the secret gems of Italy with me. Check out the itinerary and make sure you book asap (Only 10 spots available) 🤍 Check out these PLAYLISTS: 👪COOKING WITH MY FAMILY PLAYLIST: 🤍 🍝PASTA RECIPES: 🤍 🍕PIZZA RECIPES: 🤍 🍗MAIN COURSE RECIPES: 🤍 🍰DESSERT RECIPES: 🤍 ✔LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on my videos please. It really means a lot to me. Video Equipment: Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Ligthing: 🤍 Editing software: 🤍 🎵MUSIC: Courtesy of Epidemic Sound 🤍 🎬 #VincenzosPlate is a YouTube channel with a focus on cooking, determined to teach the world, one #videorecipe at a time that you don’t need to be a professional #chef to impress friends, family and yourself with mouth-watering #ItalianFoodRecipes right out of your very own #kitchen whilst having a laugh (and a glass of vino!). #lebanesekibbeh #kibbeh #kibe #kibbehrecipe #howtomakelebanesekibbeh #lebanesefoodrecipes #lebanesecuisine #bakedkibbeh 📺Re-Watch the Lebanese Kibbeh video recipe: 🤍
►SUBSCRIBE for new videos: 🤍 🎥Watch all my Abu Dhabi food videos: 🤍 Is LEBANON street food really that good? 24 HOURS lebanese food tour in Beirut!! Finally we've made it to lebanon a country which is famous for its exquisite beauty, diversity, glamor and hospitable people. Lebanese cuisine is incredibly rich, unique, delicious and known for its high nutritious value. Today we will be touring around lebanon showing you what lebanon culinary scene has to offer and why it should be on you list if you found yourself in lebanon. Will start our breakfast at El Soussi, an old and a traditional Lebanese breakfast that was selected as one of the The World's Best Breakfast by CNN. The restaurant's first location in Downtown Beirut opened in 1890. No trip to Beirut is complete without a stop at Al Antabli. Lebanese traditional desserts and fresh fruit juices opened since 1936. With all my travel around the world i have never found a similar fruit cocktail to Antabli, it is truly heavenless, you simply have to try it!!! Eating those delicious shawarma's after a long day is something everyone should try, at least once in their lifetime. You can easily eat two or three of those to make you full, but I don't see that as a problem, since you can try a variety of choices. The beef one has all the juicy goodness thanks to the tarator sauce and the soujouk which is not really known around the world is packed with flavors and can't be missed. Guess which one of those 3 is the best? Ichkhanian located in the heart of Beirut since 1964, is known for their lahme beajine. The menu is straight forward, exactly what you need. Perfect balance between the meat and super thin dough it is simply perfection. Definitely one of the best place to feed your crave for the best Lahm Bi Ajin. Great food are not always found in the heart of the country and nex to tourist destination. We drove to jounieh to try a Falafel sandwich we ended having lunch for an hour and talking about different ways eating falafel. i'm still craving those fabulous falafel. Sometimes simple sandwich can be outstanding. AL maida kept its quality and consistency throughout the years. Most famed for its chicken sandwich and farrouj 3al Fa7em, their other sandwiches are also super tasty. A definite must try while in the area! We can't end the day without having a authentic lebanese lunch. We were driving from my grandmother house and randomly we chose Le royaume located in Roumiyeh with a fabulous vue. The weather in this area is wonderful, quite and refreshing. Today we won't be eating the lebanese known dishes, we will try a selection of unusual dishes and share our experience with you. Finally on our last stop the best place in Lebanon for authentic desserts truly heaven on earth, Al hallab established 1881, in one of the most historic towns of #Lebanon, Tripoli. The experience from start to finish is one to remember.. 0:00 Start 0:36 Lebanese breakfast 5:15 The best fruit cocktail in the world 7:24 Shawarma's heaven 10:08 Lebanese beef pie - Lahm bi ajin 12:46 Crunch delicious falafel 15:30 What is lebanese food ? 16:15 Simple but exquisite 18:17 Authentic Lebanese lunch 24:27 Lebanese dessert. Simply divine! 💸PRICES: Al Soussi breakfast Cocktail fruits medium size USD - LBP Ice cream ashta USD - LBP Shawarma beef 2.5 USD - 50,000 LBP Shawarma sujouk 2.4 USD - 48,000 LBP Lahm bi ajin armenian 0.2 USD - 2,000 LBP Lahm bi ajin mushrooms 0.2 USD - 2,000 LBP Falafel plate 2 USD - 40,000 LBP Chicken barbecue sandwich 2 USD - 40,000 LBP Le royaume Total bill 42.5 USD - 850,000 LBP Knafeh cheese plate 2.6 USD - 52,000 LBP Halawet el jeben plate 2.9 USD - 58,000 LBP Mafroukeh pistachio plate USD 4.75 - 95,000 LBP 🇱🇧 ADDRESS: El Soussi Restaurant - Beirut, Lebanon Al Intabli - Maalouf, Beirut, Lebanon Basterma Mano - Bourj Hammoud, Lebanon Ichkhanian Bakery - Beirut, Lebanon. Falafel Joseph Zeinoun - Zouk Mikael, Lebanon. Maiida Barbecue Seif - fouad chehab Street - Jounieh, Lebanon Le Royaume - Restaurant - Daraiya, Lebanon Hallab 1881 - Riad El Solh, Tripoli, Lebanon Thank you for watching Is LEBANON street food really that good? 24 HOURS lebanese food tour in Beirut!! It was a great city to visit with lots of fabulous food . 😎 About Marc: Hey i'm Marc, I’ve been living in Abu Dhabi and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. I'm a huge fan of trying different and interesting foods. As well i'm professional chef with extensive experience around the globe, i love sharing my culinary philosophy, from mastering the fundamentals to creating beautiful dishes. I would love to connect with you! 📱 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ► CONTACT for business: ► If you enjoyed, don't forget to LEAVE A LIKE!
Das beste Shawarma der Stadt 🇱🇧 🤍 Tour Guide Nico: 🤍 Randys Kanal 🤍RandyGamble *das war eigentlich der erste Tag im Libanon - sorry für die Verwirrung. Lukas G: 🤍 Lukas Shorts: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 📍Frühstück bei El Soussi 📍Spezielle Süßspeise aus Pistazien und Milchfett 📍Mais bei einem Streetfood-Stand 📍Kebab Sandwich bei Kababji Grill 📍Crêpes bei Tonino Crêpes & Waffles 📍Sandwiches und andere Teigwaren bei Barbar *bei der Umrechnung handelt es sich um einen inoffiziellen Wechselkurs, im Schnitt 1€ = 38 000 LBP
(Werbung) Code: LUKAS10 bei Rhinoshield: 🤍 Tour Guide Nico: 🤍 Randys Kanal 🤍RandyGamble Lukas G: 🤍 Lukas Shorts: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 📍Falafel bei Sahyoun 📍Linsensuppe und Kibbeh bei Le Chef 📍Kartoffel, Chicken und Pizza bei zaatar w zeit 📍Schawarma bei restaurant Joseph *bei der Umrechnung handelt es sich um einen inoffiziellen Wechselkurs, im Schnitt 1€ = 38 000 LBP
✈️ We created FareDrop to help you score super cheap international flights! Try it risk free and get flight deals up to 80% off ➡️ 🤍 ⬅️ Lebanon has surprised us in in so many ways! The local people are among the friendliest we have met in the world, and today we got to experience many strangers’ kindness as we wandered through Beirut! Lebanon is known to have DELICIOUS food, so today we set out to find it! So many people along the way made this day unforgettable - it was so good that we had to split this video into two parts. :) Here is part 2! 🤍 Travel vlog 609 | Beirut, Lebanon | Country #88/100 | Filmed March 2019 ALL the music we use is from Epidemic Sound! Intro song “Misty Light (Hamburg Remix Version)” First song “Strending Kids” Second song “Weekend Love” Sign up for a free trial and download them: 🤍 —————————————————— Here’s Nate’s FREE guide to airport lounge access: 🤍 How we travel for FREE (Nate’s 30 Days to Becoming a Travel Hacker): 🤍 Kara’s Behind the Scenes Guide to Editing a Vlog: 🤍 Sign up for our Sunday Summary email here - 🤍 Get $40+ off your first AirBnB stay through our link!: 🤍 —————————————————— GEAR: Our current camera setup: 🤍 Our suitcases: 🤍 Our gear backpacks: 🤍 —————————————————— PATREON: 🤍 SUPPORT OUR WORK: 🤍 PACKING LIST: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍karaandnate 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍karaandnate 🤍 —————————————————— Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, we got married June 2013 and quickly caught the travel bug! We started “travel hacking” & finally decided we wanted to travel for one year. After 2 years of saving $ and over 2 million miles and points, we sold our cars and apartment and left home January 10, 2016. We started this YouTube channel to share our experiences with friends and family, then decided we really liked vlogging and traveling! So we extended our 1 year trip to now FOUR years :) Now we have a goal of traveling to 100 countries before 2020! We are incredibly thankful to do something we love every day. :)
I visited some Chefs around Beirut Lebanon who showed me how to cook traditional Lebanese food. See Beirut and NBN television studios Beirut. First dish was Foul, made with fava beans. The second was balilia and Musabaha followed by Tagine fish, Traditional Lebanese rice and Fried sardines. See my website and recipes here 🤍 🤍 🤍 Business inquiries: joel🤍recipe30.com Music by: 🤍