Heya folks, we totally missed this place when we visted Los Angeles so all you flavor-seekers and family trip planners let us know in the comments what you think of this place.
It's nestled in the bustling streets of Los Angeles is a culinary oasis known as Marouch Restaurant, an authentic Lebanese spot that's snagged the spotlight on the legendary Food Network show, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. When Guy Fieri himself gives a place his stamp of Flavortown approval, you know it’s the real deal!
This family-run gem offers a cozy retreat from the LA hustle, inviting you in with the comforting aromas of homemade spices and freshly baked pita. It’s the kind of place where every dish has a story, and the hospitality makes you feel like you’re dining with dear friends.
Let's talk about the mezza. Oh, the mezza! From velvety hummus to vibrant tabbouleh, each dish is a brushstroke of flavor painting a picture of the Mediterranean right on your palate. And when Guy took a bite of their signature shawarma, his “That’s money!” echoed what we all feel when savoring that spice-infused, succulent delight.
Marouch doesn’t just serve food; they serve up anticipation on a plate, the kind of tingling excitement for that first bite that has you happily munching on pickles and olives before the main event. It’s a place where happiness is homemade, and every bite feels like a sunny LA day.
If you're on the hunt for a meal that’ll transport you straight to the streets of Beirut, Marouch is your go-to spot. Whether it’s a family gathering, a catch-up with old friends, or a quiet dinner after a day of LA adventures, this eatery wraps you in warmth and whisks you away to Flavortown with an Eastern Mediterranean twist.