Bread & Kabob, web site, 3407 Payne Street, Falls Church, VA, 703-845-2900, Bailey’s Crossroad, next to Jerusalem Restaurant, north side of Rt. 7, east of Peking Gourmet Inn, usually open. Also a branch in Vienna: 126 W. Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA, 703-255-9696 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [zabihah | Falls Church News-Press | City Paper | food-plan | openlist | Yelp | Gayot]
My favorite here is the Dizi. Dizi is “traditional Iranian lamb stew with beans, chick-peas, onion, potato, tomato, garlic, dried lime, rolled oat and spices cooked overnight and served in the same pot.” One of those meals where the consumer contributes to the production process, using what appear to be instruments of dental torture. The kabobs, while good, do not stand up to the competition elsewhere.
Open Friday and Saturday nights until 5:00 a.m.; they also serve Kalle-Pacheh and Haleem at those times.
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