For fancy Lebanese traditional desserts, you got to head to Al-Tom Delights, a long-established Tripolitan sweet parlor that has also expanded to sell its wide range of sweets across Lebanon. In Tripoli, it is located on Nadim Al Jesr Street.
Another dessert and crepes parlor with innovative deliciousness for chocolate lovers in Tripoli is Sit n Dip on Aashir El Dayeh Street. You might want to try their waffles bathed in chocolate and topped with fresh strawberries!
It’s impossible to visit Tripoli without trying at least once Hallab 1881, the Palace of Desserts, one of the oldest pastry shops in the country. It also serves delicious local specialties like the Tripolitan Lahm B-Ajeen and Knefeh Bil Ashta, as well as traditional Lebanese meals.
The pastry shop has long expanded its operation to multiple locations across Lebanon and also abroad but it all started in Riad El Solh street in Tripoli where it continues to operate.
Specializing in desserts and pastries, Rafaat Hallab 1881 is similarly famous for its finest Lebanese pastries. Based in Tripoli with multiple branches in Lebanon, it also produces diet products for the ones wanting to indulge guiltlessly in these confectioneries.
Sabbagh Bros are pioneers in producing one of the best pastries in Lebanon. From the Tripolitan pizza meat to Znoud El Sett, this pastry shop is a “jack of all traits” when it comes to producing the tastiest delicacies. The shop is located on Port Saiid Street, in front of Como Store.
The pastry shop is found on Iskandar Ghorayeb Street, behind Tripoli’s City Complex, and it serves a variety of French pastries and Lebanese desserts and some innovative mixed recipes of both French and Lebanese.
If you haven’t yet tried the Loqma’s fluffy and light sweet served warm and topped with saucy chocolate or caramel, it is well past time you do so. Just a warning: you will get addicted to them! Loqma is located on Salah El-Din Qabbara Street.
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