Are you a bit hungry but don’t have the time or money to go to a restaurant? Well, then I have a recommendation for you: Lebanese food at the Libanon il Achdar (translated: the green Lebanon). It’s low key, but the crew of guys behind the counter are always friendly, cheerful and quick with preparing the food.
The food here is refreshingly different from your standard Middle-Eastern fast food shack. I heartily recommend you try the shwarma, which is the Lebanese version of kebab! Choose between lamb, chicken, beef or kafta (small ground beef balls), or falafel, the vegetarian version. Add tasty vegetables, pickles, onions, a sauce with Lebanese spices and then stuff the whole thing with french fries. It’s fantastic.
Alternatively, there are chicken skewers, fried kaftas, maali (pita bread with vegetables and hummus) for us vegetarians and all kinds of other exotic flavours. Give it a try, you won’t regret it.