While there is a limited menu, the place features its kabobs with self-checkoff sheet and choices of shrimp, chicken, steak or veggies, different sauces, rice, beans, peanuts, cashews, and more. We like exploring with different sauces to get a different taste. It's turned into a regular lunch spot on weekends for us. Best places to sit are in the back when the windows are open or the outside patio on front. The music can get a little loud so watch where the speakers are at.
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