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LEBANON STREET FOOD Tour in Saida!! AMAZING Lebanese Food Lunch! The BEST Man'oushe in Lebanon!



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As the son of a Lebanese immigrant in America, this video brings me so much joy right now. It has been almost a decade since I have been to this beautiful country my dad calls home. Sometimes I feel helpless here when I hear of the political and economic struggle my family is going through and being able to see the positive attitude of all the people brings me such great joy. I plan on visiting them with my dad in September and I can’t wait, thank you for this video 🙂

Tasty Food and Beautiful Country. I am from India and was in the USA for few months. My friends took me to restaurant called 'Al Ameer'. That was first time I tasted Falafels, Baba Ghanoush, Hummus, Tahini, etc. I liked the food so much and visited the restaurant many times. After returning to India, I found there are so many small joints which serve Shwarma, Falafel. I have become big fan of Shwarma, Falafel, Hummus. Tried to make Hummus at home, but couldn't make it properly :(. If I ever visit Lebanon, I will just eat and eat all delicious food 🙂

Hey there Sabrina and Luke… Name is Ralph from MTL but also originally from Lebanon. I was just recently intoduced to your channel by a friend of mine who mentioned you were originally Canadian. Now. I know first you are based in Taiwan and that you barey had 3 days to go through Lebanon, but I have to say, you did the basics for sure; that being said, you have only scratched the surface of spots to see there. Even previous bloggers have done so with more days spent there. That being said, the current situation there is quite worrisome. I do hope however that you could come back there soon. A lot can be done when going through the mountains, the valleys, the regions and the many villages that house all sorts of spots that keep up the traditions. When that time comes, and if you do decide to go back there, I am sure Anthony will not dissapoint but it would be awesome if you could go to every region and enjoy the multitude of richness they have, from the winery regions in the Bekaa to the waterfall region in the North mountains, from the different zaatars in Jezzine to the armenian community and their street food in Burj Hammoud. From the trouts in the Hermel to the sustainable seafood all over the coast. Oh and all the olive groves up in the hills everywhere you go almost all around.

In any case, it would be my pleasure to be of any assistance on the next trip, should you choose and be able to go. Cheers to you both. Loving the channel so far

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