Zov’s Tustin, CA

I met up with my family for lunch at Zov’s. The first thing I noticed was how large the restaurant was. It felt like a maze to get around. However the size of the restaurant was justified because it was filled to the brim at lunch hour.

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Fortunately, we were seated right away. We started off with a sampler of traditional Mediterranean appetizers. I cannot tell you how much I loved the sweet walnut dip. It was like an apple pie without the crust. The baba ganoush & tabouleh were also pretty good. I didn’t like the grape leaves. I don’t know what it is but I’ve given it a few tries & still haven’t acquired a taste for them.

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Next up was their tomato soup which was creamy, sweet, and comforting. Not salty, or watery, just the right texture and good for a rainy day like the ones we’ve had recently.

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I had their Moroccan chicken bowl for my main course. My only complaint here was that it wasn’t large enough of a portion. It was great to eat a new style of chicken. It was definitely something different from what I’ve had.

All in all it was a good lunch. I’d stay stop by Zov’s if you’re in the area. Otherwise stay put in LA, there’s many restaurants in LA county as well that are comparable.

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