Meat treats enjoy great popularity among foreign visitors, as local chefs cook dishes following special recipes. Traditional food, including kebab and harees, is often made of lamb. Various side dishes, including rice and specially cooked wheat, are serves as complement.
Kebab remains the most popular and beloved treat; you can taste it not only in national restaurants, but also at one of the street stalls that are ubiquitous in Sharjah. Roasted lamb meat with herbs and vegetables wrapped in a fragrant flatbread has made Arabic starters well-known to people from many different countries.
Those preferring dishes of seafood also won’t be bored. Many local restaurants specialize in fish; they are ready to offer visitors a huge selection of treats of crab, lobster, tuna and shrimp. Every dish is sure to be served with specially cooked rice. Local desserts are particularly noteworthy; the most recognizable among them is Umm Ali. This is the local version of the bread pudding that can compete in popularity only with Eish es Saraya pie.
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