Andrew visits Syria to explore some of the oldest civilizations on earth. Syria was a crossroads for trade routes between Asia and Europe. Andrew retraces some of those old routes, searching for experiences ...Go to Episode
Souk Al Hamadiya
Andrew tours the souk with Roula Nasrallah to visit herbalists, ice cream shops and cheese makers.
Food Stands in Old City
Andrew tours the Old city and eats, chicken shwarma, kidney & liver kabobs, salty Bedouin cheese and more.
Andrew tours ancient ruins in Palmyra, visits a Bedouin family and eats masef, a stewed whole goat with yogurt sauce.
A breadmaker bakes Arabic bread in an old mechanized oven system with conveyor belts.
This is the place to get late night food in the city. The street hosts shwarma stands, sweet shops and traditional restaurants.
King of Ejja Street Stall
Andrew and Hassan Khojah visits this tiny street food stall that only make one thing, fried omelets prepared one way.
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