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Since 1965, the Salaheddin bakery has been offering its signature meal 24/7, applying a self-service system. Each day, crowds from all walks of life line up to buy loaves of bread topped with sesame seeds and stuffed with cheese, thyme, or boiled or roasted eggs. You simply wait for hot kaek to come out steaming from the traditional oven, take one, and make your own sandwich. You can also fix yourself a paper cup of tea (by Muath Freij)

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