Unlike Moby Dick's chicken kabob, which always tastes like it has freezer burn, Reston Kabob's chicken is truly top-notch. The sizable chicken kabob platter comes with two types of rice, a small side salad with a tomato slice, and FANTASTIC soft and chewy bread - a piece as big as your head - for about $10. I'm not terribly fond of rice in general, so I often opt for the chicken kabob salad instead, which comes with a large portion of iceberg lettuce, a few raw onions, two tomato slices, two banana peppers, and bread. Decoratively speaking, the place is ho-hum, and the cashiers aren't particularly friendly, but as long as they make delicious, quality food, who really cares?!
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