Sited in a posh and central area surprisingly devoid of much good grub, Taboula is an oasis in the culinary desert of Garden City. The Lebanese fare is delicious and the service brisk (a relief in a city where good service is a rarity). The decor may be the best of any restaurant in Cairo, its reds and yellows reminiscent of a sultan's palace. Or something like that. Only downside: no windows to this basement. But that's a small gripe given Taboula's otherwise all-round excellence. (The same can't quite be said of Taboula's new franchise in Zamalek, where the service is a bit more lethargic.)
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