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Sharjah is an internationally acclaimed emirate with millions of tourists visiting the city every year, therefore, finding options for world cuisine isn’t a difficult thing. However, the best available cuisine in the city is the Emirati cuisine. The city follows strict Islamic laws and therefore, there are several prohibitions on drinking alcohol.

Sharjah is also home to various food festivals offering a variety from all over the world. No matter whether you’re a foodie or not, it is impossible to discuss Sharjah and not talk about the Emirati food. While Emirati is the traditional cuisine of the emirate, Lebanese and Arabic food is largely termed as the local food. Non vegetarian food is everywhere and it is actually difficult to find vegetarian food in these cuisine (until you’re ready to have Indian cuisine that has an enormous variety of vegetarian and vegan food).

With tourists who don’t shy away from meat treats, food scene in Sharjah is mouthwatering and simply irresistible. traditional food items like Harees, kebabs, shawarma are enough to make you a lifelong fan. Kebabs are the most loved food of the emirate and you can find it everywhere, from the best of fine dines to the street fast food stalls. The variety in food is endless and so are the restaurants serving them. A cup of a fragrant coffee is a must at every meeting. You won’t find instant coffee machines or expressos in Sharjah because making coffee is considered to be an art.

Sharjah being a traditional emirate with strict Islamic laws, drinking is strictly prohibited at public places. Even the possession of liquor is against the laws of Sharjah let alone consume it if you do not have a valid liquor license. The tourists are not allowed to even pass the liquor through the emirate.

Sharjah is an internationally acclaimed emirate with millions of tourists visiting the city every year, therefore, finding options for world cuisine isn’t a difficult thing. However, the best available cuisine in the city is the Emirati cuisine. The city follows strict Islamic laws and therefore, there are several prohibitions on drinking alcohol.

Sharjah is also home to various food festivals offering a variety from all over the world. No matter whether you’re a foodie or not, it is impossible to discuss Sharjah and not talk about the Emirati food. While Emirati is the traditional cuisine of the emirate, Lebanese and Arabic food is largely termed as the local food. Non vegetarian food is everywhere and it is actually difficult to find vegetarian food in these cuisine (until you’re ready to have Indian cuisine that has an enormous variety of vegetarian and vegan food).

With tourists who don’t shy away from meat treats, food scene in Sharjah is mouthwatering and simply irresistible. traditional food items like Harees, kebabs, shawarma are enough to make you a lifelong fan. Kebabs are the most loved food of the emirate and you can find it everywhere, from the best of fine dines to the street fast food stalls. The variety in food is endless and so are the restaurants serving them. A cup of a fragrant coffee is a must at every meeting. You won’t find instant coffee machines or expressos in Sharjah because making coffee is considered to be an art.

Sharjah being a traditional emirate with strict Islamic laws, drinking is strictly prohibited at public places. Even the possession of liquor is against the laws of Sharjah let alone consume it if you do not have a valid liquor license. The tourists are not allowed to even pass the liquor through the emirate.

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