Sayadeya is a popular seafood dish, especially in coastal areas. It consists of white fish (often mullet or tilapia) cooked with rice, onions, garlic, and spices, and is usually served with a tangy tomato-based sauce.
Mahshi refers to a variety of stuffed vegetables, such as bell peppers, zucchini, and grape leaves. The filling typically consists of a mixture of rice, herbs, and sometimes minced meat, and the vegetables are then cooked until tender.
Shawarma: Popular throughout the Middle East, shawarma is thinly sliced marinated meat (usually beef or chicken) that’s roasted on a vertical spit. It’s often served in pita bread with tahini sauce, vegetables, and pickles.