famous Suez Governorate With exotic and wondrous seafood, such as saruba, sardines, logs, baklawees and sea tomatoes, which are extracted from oysters and marine creatures from coral reefs scattered in the Gulf of Suez and the Red Sea.
Al-Sawasiya usually eats seafood at any time of the day as long as it is fresh and needs only a little lemon and tahini to eat them. Their price ranges from 50 pounds to 100 pounds per dish.
Ahmed Farouk, one of the seafood sellers, said that the saruba, sardines, logs, baklawees and sea tomatoes are extracted from coral reefs in the Gulf of Suez.
He pointed out that the Sawass love dry oysters that are extracted from oysters and settled with sea water and dried, and empty oysters are used in home decorations and cigarette ashtrays.
He said that the prices of seafood range from 25 pounds for dry shrimp and lugs, 50 pounds for a quarter-kilo dish, and the prices of the rest of the dishes range from 50 to 100 pounds, according to the types, noting that the citizens’ demand for purchase does not stop as well as visitors to the governorate.