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The northern city of Tripoli retains a centuries-old experimental spirit in the realm of food. Tripolitans pride themselves on the excellence of their traditional food, but also adopt elements of foreign cuisines. The Daily Star met two of the stars of Tripoli's food scene.Despite the beauty of her old home, Sayde says her small kitchen poses a challenge. She often has to use her salon and living room to prepare food. The ambitious crepe maker Near Tripoli's Azmi Street, next to Alam pharmacy, Raji stands by his mobile crepe maker. The French-style pancake is new to Tripoli, but has become popular very quickly. Tripoli has always had an abundance of carts selling kaak, corn and nuts, but Raji broke the rule with crepes. Raji didn't pay attention when his friends ridiculed his idea of establishing his own crepe business with nothing but a cart.Raji is very proud of his business. He is in the midst of constructing another crepe cart, to be stationed in Mina and managed by a friend.
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