Simit & Kabob, 9558 Main Street, Fairfax, VA, Turnpike Shopping Center, 703-426-1901 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [zabihah | Don Rockwell | Yelp]
They haven’t learned how to treat customers like customers. And they seem more comfortable serving boxed crackers from Turkey, or canned olives, than warm food. Nor are portions huge. That being said, they get the essentials of the taste right, and that is exactly what most other restaurants fail to do. So it’s worth going, at least if you have your priorities straight.
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food was great. home baked pastries are delightful. did not have experienced bad customer service. it is a small cafe style restaurant with no full service. as long as the food is tasty and clean, i care least about the service.