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It’s well known that Tripoli is the home of Lebanese traditional sweets. All you have to do is visit Eltom Brothers Sweets and enjoy authentic delicacies.
Eltom Brothers Sweets was founded in 1925. It’s managed by Mr. Chadi Eltom.
You can find any Arabic sweets you want at Eltom Brothers Sweets. All the sweets that you love are on display waiting for you to taste them. You can choose between cheesy Knefe or achta Knefe in the morning. You can also choose between Halawet Al Jeben, Halawet Al Rez, Othmaliyya, Aish Al Saray, Znoud Al Sett, Shoaybiyyat, Mafrouke, Maamoul Mad and a wide range of delicacies. Don’t forget the Baklava section. Eltom Brothers Sweets offers a broad assortment of Baklava soaked in syrop which includes Bourma pistachio, Bourma pine nuts, Pine nuts fingers, Basma, Balloria, Boaj, Kol w shkor pistachio, Kol w shkor pine nuts, Och al bolbol pistachio… Not to mention that Eltom Brothers Sweets also offers freshly prepared traditional Arabic ice cream in all flavors.
It’s worth mentioning that all the sweets sold at Eltom Brothers Sweets have always been handmade. They will continue to be handmade, thanks to Eltom Brothers who are keeping the traditions of Arabic sweets making alive. Eltom Brothers Sweets are up to the international hygiene standards. It’s no surprise that they won the HORECA prize for the Arabic sweets section three years in a row in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Indulge in the fine art of Arabic sweets making and surrender to its mouthwatering charm.