We chose this place as an alternative to typical Czech, numerous but generic Chinese and a nearby Indian restaurant to go for a lunch.
It was a good choice, first because we dont often have a chance to try Afghan cuisine (not counting Arabic or Persian meals), and also because the food was well prepared, nicely and relatively fast served (with smile).
We ordered kofta, chicken qorma and afghan pasta - ashak (ravioli-type filled with leek, topped with minced lamb in sauce and yoghurt).
It was a nice gesture of the waiter to comment that a certain meal would take 20 minutes to prepare (which is still an acceptable time around here), but turned out to be less in the end. The humble and smiling waiter did not charge us for 2 soups we had (simple soup, were not part of the lunch menu during the weekend, as we thought, so we rewarded him with quite a generous tip). The restaurant is not one of the cheapest, also the interior decor could use a little fine-tuning (would be so easy to turn it into a more posh restaurant), but the overall feeling and nice behaviour of the staff, and foremost the good food makes it a place we will return to.
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