Kabul Kabob House
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The $25 lamb chops are an expensive treat but the staff is kind and charming and the cook in the front window is a very sweet man. They are also almost across the street from a Patel Brothers supermarket.
The best Afghanistan food you can get in this area! The lamb kabab, the salmon kabab plus the green rice will make you really happy!
It offers authentic Afghan food. Kofta kebab with brown rice topped with their spicy, home-made green and white sauce (white sauce is yogurt based, not mayo based), then end with rose pistachio ice cream as dessert.
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