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143 Edgware Road, London, W2 2HR

((((( Lebanese
Main course: £15
Food spend: £25
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 00:00.

A cosy and authentic eatery, Tarboush evokes the wondrous flavours of traditional Lebanese cuisine. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the bustle of Edgware Road, and laidback pavement dining is offered during summer.

Crafted using fresh, wholly natural ingredients, the Tarboush menu serves time-honoured recipes as well as modern Lebanese dishes. Grilled on charcoal, succulently fresh barbecued dishes include minced lamb meatballs with cooling yoghurt, or juicy marinated chicken. Classic meze dishes at Tarboush restaurant showcase a host of intense flavours, with offerings including hummus, freshly mixed salads, or grilled halloumi.

Delicately crafted Lebanese desserts are a popular choice at Tarboush Paddington. Sample a syrupy assortment of baklava, complemented by a traditional Turkish coffee. As well as premium international beers, a range of mocktails is filled with tempting thirst-quenching mixes.

Live entertainment evenings at Tarboush London feature traditional belly dancers. Edgware Road Tube Station is just 2 minutes’ walk away.


143 Edgware Road, London, W2 2HR

Contact +44 2077069793

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    I went there with a group of four friends last evening. We were tempted by the large Mezza menu and the big wine list. This restaurant is different than the avarege kebab and shisha shops which are all along the Edgware Road. It looked more inviting and restaurant like. It was only half full but may be because it was a Thursday in January. We made up a selection of Mezza (15 dishes ) and one Main BBQ ( large mix grill for 2 ) to share between us all.The grilled and the fried halloumi cheese both were delcious.We also had some nice grilled tiger prawns as starter.The homous was creamy and light but little bit laking salt.Taboullah salad was very fresh, the wine leaves warm and lemony, the spicy sausages and a spicy mixed nuts dip were excellant. The large mix BBQ was perfectly grilled and very tender and juicy especially the lamb cutllets. All in all the food was very good.A bit understaffed but friendly.We had a bottle of lebanese wine,a few beers and some soft drinks and paid [$] each which is reasnable. I will be back to try some of the other dishes which sounded very interesting.

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