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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35 bình luận trong “Lebanon Street Food – MELTED CHEESE WATERFALL + Ultimate Food Tour in Tripoli!

  1. Enjoying watching your episodes of my heritage country . Born in Aus but raised Authentic Lebanese and proud of it .
    The older I get the more appreciation of my upbringing in the culture .
    Future generations will miss out on authenticity unfortunately and sad to say .

  2. Lebanon is my favourite country in the world.. Beirut 😍😍 missed going to Tripoli.. just love the women/ men feed you into your mouth with so much love 💓

  3. Mark, te recomiendo enganchar en orden todos los videos del Líbano. Del primero al último, y asi de cada Pais que visites. No mesclar videos de diferentes Paises.

  4. Mark, thank you for sharing your videos and experiences! Especially now that we're not traveling so much, they give us a chance to virtually travel. And as a chef, I appreciate that you can enjoy many different cuisines, even ones that aren't as spicy and as turned up as Thai food. Much respect and appreciation!!

  5. Maghreb doesn't mean Morocco, it means North Africa. Couscous is not Moroccan, it's North African, more precisely Algerian (the most ancient couscous ustensils were found in Algeria, dating back to the Numedian Era). But Moroccans live off tourism, unlike Algeria who relies on oil and doesn't rely on tourism. This is why people grew to think couscous is Moroccan, because it's the only country they know in the region.

  6. Thanks for bringing me back in Lebanon. I like Lebanese food, the street foods and all about Lebanese cuisine. Lebanon is very rich in tradition and culture.

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