At 3.30pm, stalls selling ligamat start to pop up around university.
These amazing balls of deliciousness are only available in the mornings before 10, and then only from ladies selling tea. In the afternoon, the men do the cooking.
Ligamat (or zlabia) are little doughnut balls sprinkled with icing sugar, best served with a cup of super sweet shai bi-laban (tea with milk).
Even more enjoyable when a charismatic elderly gentleman recites Keats for you while you eat, in a perfect English accent.