Kabaabs done right: Kabul Kabab House in Queens

This is my favorite Afghani/Persian restaurant, Kabul Kabab House. Beats Ravagh in midtown any day.

Starter salads with entrees
Starter salads with entrees
Combination platter with mantoo and badenjan buranee, $9.95
Combination platter with mantoo and badenjan buranee, $9.95
Kabab Sultani, $14.95
Kabab Sultani, $14.95
Kabab Kobideh (Kofta), $12.50
Kabab Kobideh (Kofta), $12.50
Combo 1 with chicken and lamb, $22.95
Combo 1 with chicken and lamb, $22.95

You have to try the lamb kababs if you ever go — I’d say it’s the best thing on the menu.


Restaurant Info:

Kabul Kabab House
42-51 Main St.
Queens, NY 11355
nr. Franklin Ave.
718-461-1919
Flushing


x
Shy

15 Comments

  1. Summar wrote:

    mmm….this isn’t totally in the same vein, but went back to istanbul cafe and have to say, i think i’ve made my decision. Ali Baba’s is def better!

    haha also, they told us that the secret garden was really busy and we went back there to look and there were like 6 empty tables…so we made them seat us out there and were really confused as to why they wouldn’t just do that in the first place!

    Posted 8.4.09
  2. shyema wrote:

    yeah i have to agree, i like ali baba’s better! weird, the staff is usually so nice…OK but so now i went to yet another turkish restaurant in jersey and it was so so good!

    Posted 8.4.09
  3. sidrah wrote:

    mmm i wanna try these places out. the only afghan place i’ve tried in the city was bamiyan. though the food was good, the service was horrible!!

    i like efes in central jersey..my favorite.

    Posted 8.4.09
  4. This looks too good for words. Although I do like Ravagh…still, I have to agree that Ali Baba is my favorite. This reminds me of this place on Dempster in Evanston…Kabul House. Looks like they are so ghetto that the don’t even have a Web site. But it’s fine on the inside, a pretty normal place to sit and eat: http://maps.google.com/maps?oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=kabul+house+evanston+il&fb=1&split=1&gl=us&view=text&latlng=7120861952747978230

    Posted 8.4.09
  5. We used to do some of our Eid dinners there…and then of course there’s Reza’s. Sigh…I miss the Chi.

    Posted 8.4.09
  6. Sarah wrote:

    wow you’re trekking all the way out to queens for research, that’s impressive

    Posted 8.4.09
  7. shyema wrote:

    Burrough borders don’t scare me!

    Posted 8.4.09
  8. Erica Sung wrote:

    omg this food looks soo goood!!

    Posted 8.4.09
  9. Shoaib wrote:

    Fj talks about this place all the time. I didn’t like it the one time we went ..maybe I ordered the wrong thing. I can’t let him see this article.

    Posted 8.5.09
  10. shyema wrote:

    skip chicken, go with lamb.

    Posted 8.5.09
  11. Jess B. wrote:

    this foood looks amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazzzzzzzzzzzing!!

    Posted 8.5.09
  12. Sameera wrote:

    This places name sounds really familiar. I think I’ve been to it. I can’t remember. phuck i’m hungry.

    Posted 8.6.09
  13. Kay P wrote:

    I’ve never been to a Kabab place…there is one in Atlanta, but I just haven’t had a moment to go. But this inspires me to make it happen!

    Looks absolutely delicious.

    Posted 8.6.09
  14. Farakh wrote:

    I love afghani food. The closest Afghani restuarant is in Virginia for me. sigh…

    Posted 8.7.09
  15. Sheba Khan wrote:

    I heard Pathans are awesome so this food must be fantastic!

    Posted 1.18.10

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