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Recommended Reviews for Fatoush Restaurant
6 reviews in English
Review from Yee Gan O.
It's on Edgware Road and it rhymes with Maroush, the ubiquitous Middle Eastern chain. So it must be a Middle Eastern restaurant.
I popped in here to get a takeaway freshly squeezed melon drink. I love this stuff - if they bottled and sold it in the supermarkets, they would clean up. Sweet and refreshing, it's just what you need on a warm summer's day.
I didn't eat, having just had dinner but the shwarmas rotating on the spits looked and smelt very appetising.
Review from Vicky L.
We came in not sure what to eat,
Halloumi and falafel high on the list;
They prodded, they teased, they were keen on the specials;
Finally they gave up and just magicked dishes up.
Fried Halloumi it ain't and lots of falafel only for the veggie,
It was meaty and heavy and saucy with a hint of spicy.
The salad woo'ed our hearts, the meatballs fell on the floor.
The sauces were lapped and the food polished off.
Yet I left unfulfilled, unsatisfied after cups and cups of mint tea,
Knowing what i really wanted, was a great big chuck of
Heart attack inducing, fattening deep fried halloumi.
Oh Fatoush, you tried and you charmed,
However when it comes to stars, I can only give you three.
Review from Qype User (alina1…)
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With the many other lebanese restaurants on Edgeware Road, Fatoush has a lot to live up to, and it definitely does that.
The restaurant is decorated colourfully, with seating by the front of the restaurant, or seating in the more secluded area towards the back. They also have outside seating, where you can enjoy your meal as well as smoke a sheesha.
The staff are very friendly, and made an effort to make sure that the meal went well and that we were pleased with our food. They recommended their specials, and they were as good as they said.
At the end of the meal, they also provide a complimentary small plate of sweet lebanese pastries.
The prices seemed a bit high compared to some of the places on Edgeware Road, but for one of the more up-market places, it wasn't too bad, with the main courses going for on average £12 each.
Would definitely not mind going back there again.
Review from Qype User (HShoba…)
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Lebanese cuisines served along with other Arabic foods.
Fattoush offers a range of hot and cold dishes, this includes seafood and a wide range of salads.
Moreover, there is a daily hot dish, which is usually a decently cooked mid eastern meal.
Review from robin l.
Review from Qype User (mattni…)
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the Mediterranean cuisine has always fascinated me, with its full, rich taste, and colours, not to mention mouth watering dishes! I went with some friends to celebrate an anniversary, and we had the most enjoyable evening there! The food was absolutely superb! the waiter was a professional, respectful, knowledgeable, and with a smile.He knew what to recommend and was very attentive to our requests when it came to diet restriction or certain ingredients.The atmosphere was amazing, it was as if we were transferred in time and place to and exotic place, with wonderful smells and enticing choice of foodI recommend Fatoush restaurant to anyone who wants to explore the Lebanese cuisine, perfect!