Cuisine of Saudi Arabia
One of the best ways to get to the heart of a country is through its cuisine and Saudi Arabian has some rather unique tastes when it comes to local delicacies. More common dishes typically include pita bread, lentils, hummus, and burghul, or cracked wheat, while more exotic tastes may include Hashi, or baby camel. In 2009, Hashi found its place in local Saudi restaurants. Four years later, the tender meat was served to Prince Charles during a visit to the Saudi Royal family and the Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz. A more regionally accepted offering includes Arabic coffee from the Arabian peninsula. Whatever your tastes, just don’t get caught eating or drinking in public during Ramadan.