Tabbouleh (Bussorah Street)

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Tabbouleh is a Lebanese gourmet cafe and restaurant that offers an eclectic range of traditional dishes, sandwiches and salads suited for every taste.

54 Bussorah Street
Singapore 199470

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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PSA they have eatigo also

Quite dry, but still passable. The oil based sauce was quite flavourful and the tang goes well with the ckn. Generous portion

Quite tender, rather mild. Rice was decent. Chili was quite unique, it's very tangy with just a bit of heat

Manaqiah was decent, zatar was crispy and slightly oily and powdery. It's kinda like furikake but not as intense. Overall interesting dish

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Crispy exterior. How it should be. The mayo-like sauce had a tinge of spice, but quite overpriced. I'm desperate tho cos I rmb my previous experience with halloumi that wasn't crispy so wtv just give me a passable one wtv the price >

Had lunch with a few of my colleagues here and the food was simply amazing! I enjoyed each and every one of the dishes served, will definitely be back here for more!

Ordered the hummus and used 1 for 1 on the chicken kofta and laham mashwi.

Hummus was dry, tasteless and extremely coarse. Pita was dry, doughy and tasted like cardboard. 0/10

The server told us the chicken was the lamb. Lamb only came 20 minutes after the chicken, which is when we realised his error. Caused major issues as one of us can't eat lamb.

Doesn't serve free water, coke was $4 (though at a tourist trap like Kampong Gelam, I guess that's par for the course.)

Service and ambience 0/10. Promised we could sit upstairs in air con and told us to walk into the restaurant and go up the stairs at the back. Went up the stairs only to find the door locked. Shouted at us to sit downstairs. Placed us in a closed off corridor at the back of the restaurant without any windows. People kept coming in to go to the toilet at the hostel next door.