Location: Byron Park, Byron Park – Fulltime · Vendor Since: 2017
Vendor(s): Joelle Barake & Stephane LeBlanc
Telephone Number:
(613) 291-0990
Payment Methods:
cash
Online:

Product Type:
Food Court

Products:

Our seasonal menu feature:
Laymoonada - Slushy Rose Water Lemonade
Arnabeet - Fried Cauliflower with salt and lemon
Fattoush - Romaine lettuce, radishes, cucumber, peppers, tomatoes, onions, mint toasted pita chips
Halloum - tomato salad with marinated halloum
Mejadra - rice, lentils and spices with caramelized onions
Adass B Hahmid - Lentil soup with Swiss chard and rice.

About Tabooshi

Tabooshi, the brainchild of Chef Joelle Barake, combines farm-to-table cuisine with authentic Lebanese comfort food. Fresh, local produce is used to enhance the bold flavors of these dishes, transcending what can be found in your average shawarma shop.

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