We have been going to the Afghan Famous Kabobs for years. It is reasonably priced and the food is awesome. The chicken kabob is always juicy and the brown rice seasoned perfectly. The mint sauce is spicy and delicious as are the chick peas. We have tried several appetizers and the stuffed meat pastries are our favorite.
You can wait awhile...such if life with a family run kitchen. The fantastic bread is not cooked until you want it so it can take a few minutes. The only thing I wish is that they would get a beer and wine license so at least you could have a drink while you waited.
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