Good food and good value
I've eaten at many persian restaurants in the DC area and in Los Angeles (where there is a great concentration of places offering persian cuisine). My first meal at Kabob Bazaar will prompt a return visit to this unpretentious. Our table of four sampled two kabob-based meals (salmon and lamb kabob) which were fresh, and importantly, not at all dry, which is a risk that you too-often run when ordering kabob. Two other meals were less traditional but equally pleasing: the slightly sweet fessenjoon (chicken in a pulverized walnut and pomegranate sauce)and dizi (a rustic dish that is the favored food of manual laborers in Iran, an unusual find in a Persian restaurant). I look forward to going back soon.
3/8/2013 4:00:00 PM
Delicious Persian in Bethesda
Delicious Persian cuisine and gracious service. Wonderful vegetarian options.
3/13/2013 5:00:00 PM
I ordered the Chicken Soltani combo, which came with one Kubideh (minced meat) and one chicken skewer. I ordered it with rice. Bread is served at the table with a yogurt dip. My friend had a vegetarian combo, which included a taboli salad, hummus, and falafel patties. Everything was very good. The meat and chicken were tender and flavorful.
I would definitely return here and in fact it would be a great place for a group lunch or dinner party.
5/12/2013 4:00:00 PM
Tasty food and good service
The food in Kabob was great. I ordered a medium well done beef kobab with rice. The beef was tender and the rice is delicious. The wait staff are very helpful and friendly, though some of them were not good at English. I also enjoy the soft live music there.
6/7/2013 4:00:00 PM
Consistently good food
Great food and a great value! The chicken shish kabob is my favorite because it includes a vegetable kabob too. Everyone is very nice. Has convenient parking in the back.
11/13/2013 4:00:00 PM