Are you a bit hungry but don’t have the time or money to go to a restaurant? But you don’t want to go to McDonald’s, Subway or have a Kebab, because that’s what you had yesterday, and the day before, and last week? Well, then I have a recommendation for you: Lebanese food at the Libanon il Achdar (translated: the green Lebanon).
What you get there will remind you of kebab, but it’s refreshingly different from the stuff you get everywhere else. You can chose between diverse meats like lamb, chicken, beef or kafta (small ground beef balls), or Falafel, the vegetarian version. Then they put strange but tasty vegetables in it, a sauce with lebanese spices and in the end stuff the hole thing with french fries. Sounds strange? Nevermind, it’s fantastic, trust me.
But that’s not everything you can have, there are chicken skewers, fried Kaftas, Maali (pitabread with vegetables and hummus) for us vegetarians and all kinds of other exotix stuff. Bil-hanā’ wa ash-shifā’ (that means ‘bon appetit’ in arabic [yes, I googled it]).