What kind of local bread and dip do they eat most in Saudi Arabia?

I've had a few middle-eastern breads and wondering if Saudis have their own:- (1) 'Lebanese' bread, which is completely flat, and used to wrap around shwarma in all Western countries; (2) Pita, perfect for hummus. (3) Lafa, an enormous puffy Iraqi bread that looks like a pizza base. Excellent for... show more I've had a few middle-eastern breads and wondering if Saudis have their own:-

(1) 'Lebanese' bread, which is completely flat, and used to wrap around shwarma in all Western countries;
(2) Pita, perfect for hummus.
(3) Lafa, an enormous puffy Iraqi bread that looks like a pizza base. Excellent for quick pizza and giant lafa;
(4) Turkish bread, used for Turkish dishes.
(5) Afghan bread. An enormous rectangle nearly a metre long. A bit salty.

In Egypt, foul with pita is ubiquitous. In Palestine, it's hummus with pita. In the west it's 'Lebanese bread' with shwarma. How about in KSA?
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