Zaroob is an attractive, modernistic restaurant specializing in Levantine cuisine. The décor brings life to the place. It is done in hues of wooden brown, a zest of pink and comfortable seating arrangement.
For Iftar at Zaroob, I was pretty much excited to try their delicacies and it didn’t surprise me that they were excellent looking. To mark in notes, the service was swift. The only thing to note exceptionally is that the Iftar menu has more of non vegetarian options mainly. So if you are a vegetarian to the core, you might have to go for the ala carte menu.
Zaroob’s specialty is street style Lebanese food. It has the look and feel of one too. I started off with the Lentil soup. It was worth trying and added warmth to my soul. Zaroob is a family place so you can come along with family and friends alike and enjoy the entire Arabic dining experience together. What is a must mention here is their Hummus. They have the best Hummus in town. It is nice and creamy, dressed with parsley and has an exceptional taste.
The cheese saj I ordered was soft and amazing to the very last bite. There are different styles of cheese saj that can be made, like one with lettuce, cucumber, tomato. They are served cut in bite sized pieces generally with cheese oozing out from all sides. It is deliciously soft.
My friends who went along tried the fish hammour which they loved. They were very happy with the look and taste of the fish. In fact it was on one the best they had ever eaten since a long time. Overall, I was very happy with the quality of food served and the taste of every item I savored. This place should be on your iftar bucket list in these last few days of Ramadan and even after that, you will find yourself coming in for more and more.