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Tabat and Nabat offers a variety of different flavors of meringues, also known as ‘Beed Al Koko’. From the classic Arabian flavors such as Arabic coffee, rose water mint and cardamom to cappuccino, cotton candy and a variety of fruits. They also provide customized colors of meringues and packaging, and flavored sugar! Place your order and you’ll thank us.
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All regular Turkish favorites can be found here, but a few of them stand out and are made remarkably well. Among them include the Kebab Iskandari, a succulent dish made from thinly cut grilled lamb basted with hot tomato sauce and moist slices of bread.
While you’re at it, don’t forget to try the meat tagine with cheese, which is a startling mishmash of sweet and savory flavors. It is made from delectable pieces of tender meat and finely chopped tomatoes soaked in thick gravy. The tagine in which the dish is cooked is placed in front of diners and is swathed with cheese.
Fairouz currently has three branches (Hera’a, Siteen Street and Rawda Street), all notable for their taste and affordable prices.
However bare in mind it is not recommended as a dine-in place.
Red Lobster opened April 5 and is located on Prince Sultan Street. Seafood lovers, be prepared for the Ultimate Feast, a must-try dish at Red Lobster.
Try their famous biscuits with your meal.
Did you know?
The first Red Lobster opened in Lakeland, Florida in 1968.
Must-Try! The Macarons at Pierre Hermé
The Picasso of Pastry, Chef Pierre Hermé, is famous for his unusual macaron flavor combinations. After spreading throughout France, the pastry shop made its way to Jeddah and finally opened its doors. Pierre Hermé is located at Roshana Mall on Tahlia Street.