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3.5 /6 Very Good 2 Reviews

Tarboush

Paddington Middle Eastern, Lebanese £££ +100
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About Tarboush

Lovers of Lebanese cuisine have it made for them in Paddington at Tarboush, a charming Middle Eastern restaurant located on Edgware Road. Decorated in a sleek style with some opulent Middle Eastern touches, London’s Tarboush provides the perfect backdrop, whether its for a casual lunch, a family meal or a romantic date. Start off by sharing some small mezze plates like the makdous (stuffed baby aubergines with walnuts, crushed garlic and olive oil) or the mekanek (minced lamb sausages and pine nuts pan-fried in a pomegranate sauce). Then, move on to some mouthwatering meat like the kofra bel laban (minced lamb meatballs cooked a yoghurt sauce and served with crispy pita croutons), some seafood like the luoz mashwy (charcoal-grilled whole fresh seabass served with lemon juice) or a hearty vegetarian dish like the moussaka.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Tuesday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Wednesday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Thursday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Friday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Saturday 14:00 - 01:00
  • Sunday 14:00 - 01:00
Tarboush, 143 Edgware Road, W2 2HR London

CHEF'S CHOICE

2 Reviews

3.5 /6 Very Good 2 Reviews
Quality/Price: cheap
Atmosphere: nothing special
Noise: quiet
Food: delicious
Service: friendly
Waiting Time: no waiting time
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15.10.2016 07:46

Really great food and excellent service. A little pricy but a wonderful meal. The moutabel and chicken livers were the stars of the mezzes and the mixed grill was a great main course.