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It was very hot today and I was still going to eat at Mat's BBQ but this time the line was so long and it was so hot outside I relented to try something else. Some of the carts were closed down due to the...More
Caspian Kabob is one of the best food carts with a friendly and caring owner/chef!
I have always had excellent Kabob with a great flavor and very tasty sides!
Go there if you really want to taste great Persian Kabob, saffron-rice and cucumber/yogurt salad (ماست...More
No doubt the kebab was fresh, hot and tasty. The yoghurt sauce is excellent as well.
However, not a fan of the rice- which is essentially mostly 90%+ white rice and about 10%- saffron rice placed on top. Rice was very dry that I can't...More
This food was excellent quality and very reasonably priced. I loved the salad and yoghurt that came with my kebab and rice. We also tried the Persian House restaurant and Caspian was much better! The gentleman who runs it was very friendly as well. I...More
We were in from New york and heard about the food truck scene. We came in from the east and CB's was one of the first we saw.
Had chicken skewers. Tender. Tasty. And just the right amount. $4 each.
We'll be back.
beside there is no place to seat, which I don't mind. everything from the food, shirazi salad, mast o khiyar, and kabobs are exceptionally perfect. Victor is a great owner, and he appreciate his costumers, I visited his food cart couple of times, and we...More
Date of visit: May 2015
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caspiankabob, Owner at Caspian Kabob, responded to this reviewResponded May 20, 2016
Merci, Sanaz! Nooshejan! Hope you come back again soon! Victor
We sought this food truck out after reading the reviews. It did not disappoint. The food is incredibly simple, yet incredibly flavorful. The owner is extremely friendly. We got the Kubideh Kabob on pitas, which is a mix of lamb and beef. I originally thought...More