Eat Masri

The ultimate street dish, Koshary, is Egypt’s national dish – and for good reason. This accidental vegan meal is an incredibly amazing jumble of rice, pasta, lentils, crispy fried onions and chickpeas – finally topped off with a vinegary tomato sauce. We are excited to be bringing back this savory and satisfying vegan dish to TMY 2020! We’ll also have a couple of additional Egyptian delights on offer; basbousa – a sweet semolina cake and karkade, a refreshing drink that is both tart and sweet! All of our items on offer are vegan as well.

Festival Menu

COMBO MEAL, $10: All three of the below menu items.
KOSHARY (Vegan), $6: An amazing jumble of rice, pasta, lentils, crispy fried onions and chickpeas, topped off with a vinegary tomato sauce. 
BASBOUSA (Vegan), $3: A traditional Middle Eastern sweet semolina cake that derived in Egypt. What sets the Egyptian version apart from other Middle Eastern derivatives is its density and softness.
KARKADE (Vegan), $4: Hibiscus Juice. This is a sweet and tart drink that has some similarity in taste to cranberry.
BASBOUSA TRAY, $10: Full tray 8" x 8", uncut.

Details

Cultural Communities / Countries of Origins

Festival Location

Oct. 10 & 11: Mercado San Agustin, 125 South Avenida del Convento

Festival Appearance
Tucson Eat Yourself

Hours Available
11am-5pm