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Afghan Kebab House #1
Posted by 12345 on 12/28/2007
Food here is amazing, like every other reviewer has said. But a few quick corrections-- As someone already said, Afghanistan isn't super hot. Secondly, Afghanistan is in Central Asia, not the Middle East And last of all, iceberg lettuce isn't native to Afghanistan, so just because the salad has iceberg lettuce, doesn't make it extra-special or "authentic." Most salad in this region doesn't have any kind of lettuce at all.
Posted by andrea on 12/27/2007
I have been going since it opened and it has been excellent each time I have gone. BYOB allows you a great way to save money. Try the appetizers as they are fantastic. Great bargain. Shhhh.
Posted by Mike on 12/11/2007
This is the best place to have a great lunch at good price in NYC will go back many more times
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2007
I love their food, and I recommend this place to everyone. The only problem is the service.
Posted by BlmbgPencil on 11/29/2007
The food is not bad, though I had high expectations for this place after reading all the reviews. Perhaps I ordered the wrong thing, but the beef kebab was just okay. I doubt I will visit this place again.
Posted by NYC Cop on 10/30/2007
This place may not offer atmosphere but the food and service is some of the best in NYC. These guys care about their business and certainly know how to run it. I'll be sure to come back a thousand times.
Posted by sgeNYC on 09/30/2007
Our daughter was visiting and wanted kebabs. I got on line and lucked into the Afghan Kebab House #1, which just happened to be near our theater. The gentleman who greeted us was very polite and friendly. He was also the server and everything else "front of the house". It's a tiny little place. We all had lamb dishes, but each got something a little different. The kafta, tikka and korma were all delicious. The lamb was tender and well seasoned. The brown basmati rice was also a wonderful side and the salad was nice too, with fresh, crispy ingredients. Yes, it may be iceberg, but that's quite traditional. We left for our show very satisfied. I would recommend this little spot to anyone who enjoys good Afghan food. It's a BYOB, so if you don't want just a soda, tea or water, bring your own.