We shared a handful of apps and they were all fun and delicious. The pita is hot and covered with oil and zahtar. The sweet tomato spread was exceptional and unique. The baba was not to our taste but it was well prepared. Enjoy!
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Stopped by here as part of a food tour. The pita bread was delicious and the hummus unbelievable. My only regret was that I wasn't in Dallas long enough to return for a full meal. Highly recommend!
This is not a place that we would go to on our own, and thankfully we discovered it on a Dallas food tour. Now, it's our go-to favorite place for date night. The atmosphere of the restaurant is the first thing you will notice. Although...More
This restaurant has a beautiful ambiance. The owner's ethnicity is Lebanese and Moroccan, which is reflected in the menu and decor. The chicken shawarma is one of the tastiest I've ever eaten. Moroccan spices are a surprise to typical Lebanese fare. Give it a try!
Not having had Mediterranean food before, this was a pleasant eating experience. The food and ambiance were great, as well as the service. Would come here again.
Restaurant is nice. NO question there. Service is snail slow and food is OK. Had Meatballs, darma, hummus, a few cigars and lamb chops at my table. All were acceptable. But it took over an hour to get the food
We decided to celebrate NYE at Baboush after attending a Dallas Bach Society performance at the Church of Incarnation. We hadn't been in a while so we were pleasantly surprised by the new (to us at least) food and cocktails menu. The music transported us...More