Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each.
~Henry David Thoreau~
I don’t know why but I’ve been thinking about shawarma lately.
I’m not really a big fan of this food to be honest. I had a beef shawarma once in Cairo, Egypt. I think that was the first time I tried it.
First impression? I don’t really like it. Never tried any shawarma after that.
When I went to Granada, Spain recently, my tour guide brought me to Muslim Quarter for lunch. She recommended the shawarma to me, which she claimed to be so good.
Not having many options (the rest are all shawarma with different filling), I chose the standard chicken shawarma. And she was absolutely right. The shawarma tasted so yummy that make me simply drool just by thinking about it. And it costs only €3,50.
I wish I could remember the filling used and reproduce the food. All I have is the photo of the restaurant that sell this amazing super yummy shawarma in Granada.
If I could go back to Granada, my wish is to buy heaps of shawarma from Baraka!