From the outside the Khorasan Kabob does not look like much. Just a simple little store front in a small strip of stores. As we entered the door we were immediately greeted and invited to sit where ever we chose. The small dining room is simply decorated with several beautiful Afghan rugs and a large red, black and multi-colored rug on the floor.
The choices on the menu were interesting, varied and included several wonderful sounding and looking vegetarian dishes.
My wife had Butter Chicken Makhan. It was served with a unique and delicious long grain rice. She does not like highly spiced foods, but she was delighted with this dish. There were hints of spices mixed with coconut milk in a wonderful sauce. I enjoyed a vegetarian dish - Eggplant Bouranee and roti. The eggplant was a little to soft for my liking, but the sauce was delicious and the spices delightful. The roti was served warm and fresh.
We finished off our dinner with Turkish coffee and Baklava. I have tasted Baklava in many different countries and restaurants. The Baklava at the Khorasan Kabob is my favorite. We had a delightful time and will enjoy a meal there again- on our next trip to Sioux Falls - next week. Thank you Arian for a delightful dinner experience.