What Are Some Examples Of Lebanese Street Food?

Street vendors are the most convenient opportunity to taste the delicious flavors of Lebanon. The food served at these stands is part of our tradition for thousands of millennia. It’s not a surprise that people love eating in the summer months as everything in this country appears fresh, from the fresh flowers being sold near and vendors selling their products all over the place or even sitting near an open flame pit and sharing stories beneath the starry skies there really isn’t anything better than tasting what local cooks can serve you.

Shish Kebabs

Lebanese shish-kebabs are made from lamb that has been marinated in a mixture of garlic salt pepper , and other spices. The meat is then cooked to perfection, along with vegetables like mushrooms onions or capsicum, and cherry tomatoes. These meals that are portable are great to eat on the go (perfect for hectic days) however they are also an amazing addition when hosting summer barbecues just ensure you serve them with some fresh salads and other refreshing side dishes so everyone has something interesting tasting and still enjoys their food.


Shawarma sandwiches are delicious. It is made from thinly cut marinated meat, that is slow-roasted on a skewer with a vertical design for hours. It can be paired perfectly with your choice lamb or chicken sauces as well as lettuce tomato onion pickles as well as tahini sauce.

This is the most delicious sandwich! They can be purchased anywhere, even if there is no “ifice” in front of the door. This type of pita-based cuisine is extremely loved all over the world, especially in Arab countries like Lebanon. It began in an era when farmers would sell their products at markets instead of cultivating.


If you’re vegan, vegetarian, or an avid fan of tasty food falafel wraps, they’re going to be your new favorite snack. The star of the show is the crispy balls comprised of chickpeas that have been seasoned with spices such as cumin and coriander along with garlic chili powder. they’re then made into cones that are wrapped in pita bread and topped off by lettuce onion pickles pepper rings -and the sauce of tahini (who doesn’t love some extra dipping?). This dish is ideal for breakfast, lunch or any other time.


Kebbeh is considered to be Lebanon’s national dish that has been consumed throughout the world for many thousands of years. The ingredients include burghul (a variation of cracked wheat), minced onion and ground lamb, but there are other meats too, such as beef or chicken; chopped pine nuts and diverse spices, from salt pepper cumin Cayenne to cinnamon. There is even the option of adding the spice by adding chilies. These ingredients are thoroughly combined and cooked until golden brown before being consumed in raw form. It is usually formed into small cylinders, or cooked on a stove where you may add additional vegetables , such as green beans chimichurri fashion.


Kheer bandooki is described as a lover of meat’s dream. The street food is made out of ground meat, chicken, and beef. It’s seasoned to perfection and then shaped into cigar-shaped cylindrical shapes. After cooking on an open flame, it’s grilled on skewers. You can consume your ‘kafta’ right off the skewers or wrap it in pita with any salad ingredients you like, whatever they have left after all the pickles made with dill.

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