Tarboush, Market Street (30/07/16)

We’d been to Lebanese restaurant Tarboush once before, but not with our son, and fancied a tasty, inexpensive meal out as a family. Again, the experience was wonderful, and the staff could not have been more accommodating.

We had four meze dishes between us – lamb arayes (see the pic below), halloumi, hummus, the house salad with chicken and some flatbread – and that was more than enough to fill us up.

The front of the restaurant on Market Street.

The restaurant is unlicensed but you can take in your own beer and wine for £2 per person corkage (there’s an off licence and cash machine a couple of doors down).

The staff are friendly and extremely knowledgable about their food. We arrived around 5.30pm on a Saturday and it wasn’t too busy, but was getting so an hour later. It’s an extremely popular destination in Watford – as their Tripadvisor page testifies.

Delicious Lebanese food (clockwise from top-left): arayes (the lamb one – we’ve also had it filled with cheese and is equally tasty), hummus, flatbread, house salad with chicken.
Mural and ceiling lamps.
Friendly staff at work in the kitchen.


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