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shaebones Nov 1, 2006 11:53 AM

Going tonight for first time to celebrate hubs birthday. What's not to be missed on the menu?

  1. MC Slim JB Nov 1, 2006 12:57 PM

    Some dishes I remember, though not by their proper names: the vegetable/grain soup; the soup with little meatballs; either of the yogurt side dishes; the cured whole garlic condiment; lamb shank with dill and favas; veal stew with lentils and carrots; the Cornish game hen kabob; the lamb kabob. It's all very nice, a unique cuisine, and I've gotten outstanding service over the years. Portions are not tiny. Sharing lots of small dishes and splitting entrees is a nice way to go.

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      Gabatta Nov 1, 2006 01:07 PM

      We usually opt for ordering almost all of the small dishes and no entrees.

      1. opinionatedchef Nov 1, 2006 02:14 PM

        my very fav things were not the entrees, but the yoghurt side and the eggplant app.(the one with tomato in it; very rich dish) THAT i ordered a second to take home.

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          Dreamworks Nov 1, 2006 02:54 PM

          Second the eggplant app. Awesome. I love this place actually. I really enjoy the Chelo Kabab Sultani, which is one ground sirloin kabob and one sirloin kabob. If you like meat, you will love this. A little rice with some yogurt side....damn that's good.

          Now I'm hungry...

          1. Rubee Nov 1, 2006 04:48 PM

            Just last month we feasted on some of the delicious appetizers and sides. Recommend the appetizer sampler, which isn't listed on the menu. Here are the details:

            http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

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