I stopped where I found a queue of people waiting: always a good sign. Next was this tannour where there were making bread in fast forward motion. Excellent stuff. People buy it and step in the next door tiny shop where they order tashreeb lahm, literally "imbibing meat". It is a stew made by boiling pieces of meat with onions, tomatoes, dried lime and sometimes with peppers. Pieces of bread are torn from the loaf and layered in a deep plate and the stew is poured on them. Excellent.
Later in the souk I stopped for kebab at the most famous place: Yasseen Kebab. There are 2 places, distant a few meters from each others, one seems to be exclusively for men and the others for "families". The kebabs are made from a mixture that must contain at least 60% fat and the rest is meat. They are heavy, but very good. They are served with onions, grilled tomatoes and a special bread that looks like tannour bread but I was told is made by a semi-automated process. It is accompanied by a smoked, diluted sheep milk yoghurt with a very interesting taste. I liked it but the other people who were with me didn't. Below: Yasseen Kebab in the making.