Bamiyan is named in honor of the Buddhas of Bamiyan, two enormous statues carved into sandstone cliffs in the central Afghan town of Bamiyan, on the ancient Silk Road that linked East Asia with Europe. The famous road provided a trade thoroughfare that introduced spices and food traditions across… continents and cultures.
The restaurant features Afghan and Persian selections. The service is professional, with servers taking the time to explain dishes and seasonings. American palates will find Bamiyan's delightful food subtly yet exotically seasoned with coriander, cumin, cinnamon and fresh cilantro. We do offer halal meat (lamb,beef,chicken).
The menu includes vegetarian fare (eggplant, dumplings, potatoes and spinach) as well as meats (lamb, chicken, and beef). Dishes carry the right complexity of spices to tingle the tongue, but not to overwhelm. Bamiyan will delight diners with its Afghani specialties. Visit the wonders of Bamiyan when planning your next dining.Continued