Why Winter is Best Spent Eating Lebanese Food?

Why Winter is Best Spent Eating Lebanese Food?

Why Winter is Best Spent Eating Lebanese Food?

When winter looms, everyone stays indoors and goes in search of food that is favorable enough to warm the soul.

Optimizing our health and immune system is one of the most important things that we need to do in winter specially when COVID-19 is still very much a part of our life.



Lebanon has four clearly defined seasons.

Over the years, Lebanese food has been shaped by their history and their climate, developing dishes to eat during spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Because of this geographical condition, Lebanese restaurants all around the world offer dishes that are suitable for each season.


Al Hallab’s current menu is developed around traditional and authentic Lebanese recipes, some of which are just right for a cold winter’s meal.


Lebanese turn dishes into soups/stews to provide warmth to the body.

A great example of this can be found at Al Hallab; Kibbeh Bin Laban which is kibbeh that’s been cooked in yoghurt.



If you’re looking for some spiced goodness to warm you up from the inside, you can’t go wrong with Al Hallab Muhammara, a spiced red pepper sauce.

Cinnamon is also a warming spice that is used in savory dishes in the Lebanese kitchen which increases blood circulation.

They consume foods and meats that are high in fat such as Sambousek, Labneh, Lamb and Fish to improve cold tolerance.



Al Hallab Cheese Knafeh is also perfect for when the temperature drops low.

It is served warm, making it incredibly comforting on a cold night and has the added value of being high in protein (because of the cheese).


This dessert is extra-delicious during winter.
Try out all these warm dishes ideal for the nasty winter weather at Al Hallab!



If you are interested in indulging in authentic Lebanese food then Al Hallab can gladly provide a memorable meal on a cold winter’s night.

Al Hallab is here to provide you with a culinary experience like no other.
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