Kabob Palace, web site (flash), 2315 S. Eads Street, Arlington, VA, 703-486-3535, near Jefferson Davis Highway, Crystal City (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [zabihah | Washingtonian | WaPo | City Paper | Yelp | Gayot]
Tasty all around, plus there is Punjab Kabob next door, which I have yet to visit.
Let me know what places
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I’ve been going to Kabob palace for years. Don’t shy away from the daily specials. They are tasty and they rotate the pans every couple of hours to keep the food fresh. The bread is baked in a brick oven and comes out fresh with every order. The chia tea is really good too. I’ve never had a bad experience at Kabob Palace. A bonus is that they are open 24/7 and they have a restaurant too (3 doors down). I would highly recommend the bone-in chicken (very moist), lamb chops, and the chick peas are really good but a bit oily. CALL Ahead to avoid a 20-25 minute wait for food. Each order is custom made.