This small Afghan restaurant is one of the best kabob places around. It has perhaps the best fragrance of any local kabob restaurant. They serve the best chapli kabob, fresh and fragrant, full of herbs, that I have had in the U.S. It’s not just some piece of gritty, fried spicy stuff, rather it will change your conception of chapli kabob. Lots of lamb. As for their bread, it is one of the best three or four places around.
This is not a highly versatile restaurant, but it is worth having in the repertoire, well above average and also charming and cheap.