Part 2 of Ali’s Middle Eastern Food

Enjoy part 2 of Ali’s eatery review.
Here I interview a few of Ali’s regular customers and fans. Then I stuff my face with the greatest kofta in the city.

This taste not only brought me back to my years at college, but also reminded me of the great food I ate growing up in Egypt as a child. That’s the power of good food!

Food Summit: Ali’s Middle Eastern Food

Another Temple university eatery, Ali’s has been serving delicious middle eastern food for over a quarter of a century!
If you get the chance, stop by, grab a meal and have a chat with the great staff. Trust me, they got me through many years at Temple!

Check out part 1 of a 2 part review on Food Summit
(part 2 is coming up soon)

P.S. Ali is hilarious

Cups and Chairs

At this precise moment, I am drinking Rooibos (Organic) tea at Cups and Chairs located on the intersection of 5th and Monroe.  According to the menu, the following is the description of the tea: “An earthy herb from South Africa, rooibos is also referred to as “Red Tea”.  Very high in antioxidants and vitamins, it is a most versatile herb that is often blended with other flavorings and herbs.”

 

This tea has a distinctive red color you will not find on a daily basis.  After sipping and appreciating this tea, I must say my body and mind feels different.  I can feel the antioxidants running through my blood.  My mind is in a state relaxation.

Food Summit: The Creperie Truck

Check out our first ever Food SUMMIT video!

The Creperie Truck is one of the most popular food truck at Temple’s Philadelphia Campus. It is located on 13th and Montgomery Ave. Please Check it out

Host: Sumit K.B.
Videographer: Omar Mcallister
Editor: Indu Nair

Are You HUNGRY?

Hello Blogging World,

We are Food Summit, a new local group that just wants to open you to new places and tastes and experiences in the Greater Philadelphia Area. We LOVE food and we are not shy about sharing our passions with the world! We will be posting up videos, reviewing a different restaurant each week and posting about free local events you can take part in!

For entertaining video reviews check us out on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/FoodSummit/videos

For the latest updates on events in Philly check out our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/groups/296133263806782/

We’re also on twitter cuz it’s the cool thing to do apparently: https://twitter.com/#!/FoodSUMMIT1

Just in case you were wondering, we are currently a zero budget production. We run solely on our passion for food and the kindness of strangers.

Sumit K.B. is the passionate host that watches one to many food network and travel channel shows. He dreamed dreamed of this project for years and worked hard to make it happen.

 Special thanks to:

Omar Mcallister is the man behind the camera. If anyone is in need of a cameraman with a sharp eye, just let us know!

Kyle Hiller for filming and editing a few episodes. He is am excellent videographer, editor and artist. If you are interested, check out his tumblr page: http://findingcinema.tumblr.com/

Ambli for doing a little of everything, from editing videos to writing some blog posts

David Simons for letting us know about many of the events in Philly and always supporting our project and dream!

International Meet for Fun: http://www.meetup.com/expat-148/ for introducing us to many interesting people, places and events. If anyone is living in or around Philly, you should definitely check out this free group. Its a great way to network, make friends and have fun!

Thank you to all of the restaurants that allowed us to film in their places of business. To the owners, chefs and random customers that took the time to talk with us about their eateries. It really shows a lot about the character of a business to support local independent projects like ours.