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Sidon is in a city in Lebanon. The people (population: 100,000) are largely Sunni Muslims.

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Sidon Sea Castle

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About Sidon


The following restaurants offer traditional Lebanese food: Zawat, Al Arabi, Abed Al Wahab, Al Mandaloun, Al Mamlouk.

For quick and cheap snacks: Baba snack, Abu Rami's Falafel.

Local restaurants and chains: El Padrino, Crepaway, Leil Nhar, Come Si Come Saj, Sushi Bento.

International chains are also available, such as : McDonald's, Pizza Hut, Domino's Pizza, KFC, Dunken Donuts,


Due to it's more conservative nature, Alcoholic drinks are not offered in the city's restaurant, cafes nor supermarkets. However delicious chunky fruit cocktails, Julabs, Amar El Dine, Tamarind juice and other types of traditional juices are offered in the city's "juice shops".


Traditionally made soap: from the old Souks, facing the Sea Citadel.

Lebanese Sweets: For traditional sweets, go for the locals' favorites: Groupy Sweets (Seaside road), Baba Sweets (Eastern Boulevard), Anwar Sweets (Siti Nafissi street).

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