Shawarma and Falafel are traditional dishes of Syria. Although both are famous in the neighborhood, they are best served in Syria.
The two videos below were shooted by my camera while in Syria / Damascus – 2010.
Grilled lamp or chicken…
Fried chickpeas & ground beans with spices – Vegetarian dish
Have you got a chance to try Shawarma and/or Falafel?
45 thoughts on “Shawarma and Falafel”
👌Jordan and Syria are equal in taste, it is utterly irresistible one. Falafel with Arabian bread are so awesome.👍😉
Thank you Hussein. I loved the Falafel in Jordan too. Very tasty with Foul in the city center. You should write about this experience there…
Most welcome, Mohamed! I think, i have to write about it, but you know honestly, i have written about street restaurants here in Jordan, and what they serve sort of like these foods. But why not? I have to write about this type separately. 👍😊😉
You’re most welcome to write about it here on my blog if you like
Oh really, it would be amazing, but i dont actually know, what is the procedure to be followed here. Could you please advise us accordingly?😀
The pleasure and honor are mine, Hussein. I’ll contact you in the morning with access to my blog so can post on it as if you’re posting on your own site 🙂
Thank you so much for your kindness, means a lot to me. It is my pleasure too. Ok deal. Thanks once again for your kind support. Have a wonderful evening🙂
I’ve sent you the email and more details 2 days ago, Hussein
Sorry dear Mohamad for late replying, i would like to inform you that i have replied to your email. As i included one request, idk if you accept or not. Please, check it out. Thank you so much for giving the access to your blog’s site. Much appreciated🙂 have a wonderful friday😉
falafel is my favourite food!
Bon Appetit, Julz. I hope you can taste it someday in Syria 🙂
Unfortunately, that is likely to be possible for a long time!
That was cool watching them being made. Love how they warm or brown the tortillas. We had a chance to have both quite often when my oldest and I were in Israel. I’m not a chickpea or lamb fan, but the chicken was good!
Bon appetit, Joanna. There are a lot of fun in just watching them being made fresh in front of you. That makes them more tasty indeed! 🙂
I love both of them..But falafel are more preferred..I go crazy whenever I see that on any menu in arabic restraunts here in Bangalore India..😍
Thank you, Frozina. Glad that you liked the post and the food itself. It’s great that there Arabic restaurants there in India. Bon Appétit,