Tarbush is the first and leading Middle Eastern Restaurant in Malaysia. It makes it its dedication to use only the freshest and finest ingredients. The incessant passion of a man's love for authentic and fine Middle Eastern cuisine has undoubtedly rendered TARBUSH's incredible success and growth for all these years.
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Decent at most
Within the deep bowels of Marrakesh in Sunway Pyramid, you may end up walking pass by Tarbush. And If you actually end up going inside for some food, don't feel bad if you're looking at the menu and you're not sure what exactly are they trying to serve. It happens to me all the time.
The restaurant tends to have not many people but I blame that on its somewhat hard to find location within Sunway Pyramid. The smell is pretty intriguing once you step into the place. I didn't know what to order so I ended up with a beef kebab in which...I could've found a better one at a cheaper price in Sunway Pyramid. But it wasn't bad, it was just decent.
I went to this restaurant one afternoon to have lunch with my whole family. The place is always empty and since most restaurants are full because it was peak hours, we decided to try some Lebanese food for the day.
I had no idea on what to choose upon receiving the menu because the food are mostly the same, with core ingredients from beef, bread and the likes. After much thought, I settled on shish tawook. To my dismay, the chicken are dry and not juicy at all. Portion is just enough but I can't even finish the whole meal because of the chicken. But it tasted quite nice, maybe the marinated herbs help a lot.
That was the first and last time and I dine here. Since I'm not much a fan of any Arabic/Lebanese food, I don't think it's a big loss anyway.
Wasn't quite used to the taste and flavour
I've always wanted to dine at Tarbush and had the opportunity to do so when my friends suggested meeting there. I like the decor with the plushy cushions and the alfresco set up outside. It was really a great ambience.
Food-wise, my friends were quite pleased with the food. As I rarely take beef, I wasn't accustomed to the smell of it. So I didn't try the kebab. The rice had this strong taste which I cannot put my finger on. I didn't quite enjoy the food, but I guess that's because I'm not used to the taste of Middle Eastern cuisine.