Abdul Rahman Hallab & Sons

The taste of Lebanon since 1881

In 1881, the Lebanese city of Tripoli, renowned for its ancestral history, heritage and vestiges, witnessed the rising of a new dawn in the world of traditional oriental sweets…
The variety range then widened and enriched with numerous sorts of sweets, all unique for their authentic taste and bearing that secret everyone still wonders about until today. Is it the unique freshness of the ingredients? Or the extraordinary skillfulness in the preparation? Or the superior quality in every single piece? The secret probably lies in the mixing of the three, which gave the sweets of Abdul Rahman Hallab & Sons this special uniqueness in the quality and an unrivaled name in the world of oriental sweets.

Food Lebanese Delicacies Sweets



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