I ate here for lunch with a group of three others on Easter Sunday. The server was very friendly and prompt. We each ordered something different and everything looked and smelled delicious. I ordered the qabuli murgh, which is chicken with vegetables and raisins in a tomato-based sauce over rice on the servers recommendation -- she said it was one of her favorite dishes. The chicken was well-seasoned and tender, the vegetables crisp, and the sauce perfectly seasoned. All of our dishes came out steaming hot in about 5 minutes. The pita bread appeared to be homemade and was excellent. For less than $10, I got an tasty, authentic meal that was wholesome and filling. I would definitely recommend the Kabul restaurant to others.
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