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Labs Apr 11, 2005 11:51 PM

What is considered Afghanistan cuisine and can anyone suggest a restaurant in the SFV? Would Shirin be considered this genre? Thanks so much

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    Jerome Apr 12, 2005 02:48 AM

    I think Shirin is Persian food.

    I like Afghan food and miss Afghan Cuisine in Tarzana (Golestan). Someone can tell you - there's a place in Pasadena and another place with some dishes in Claremont, but the names escape me.

    Aushak, Sambosas, grilled quail, soups all great and different from Iranian food.

    Also, the polos are good and similar to Persian ones, but still distinct. Most of the Iranians I know admire Afghan cooks.

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      arifa Apr 12, 2005 02:50 AM

      the place in pasadena is azeen's afghani. i went once and enjoyed it. i had some nice leek dumpling kind of dish that i enjoyed.

      Link: http://local.yahoo.com/details;_ylt=A...

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      Sarge Apr 12, 2005 08:34 AM

      Walter's Afghani cuisine.
      308 Yale Ave., Claremont

      (909) 624-4914

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        Mr Grub Apr 12, 2005 11:59 AM

        Walter's : Afghani cuisine
        Olive Garden : Italian cuisine

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        Greg Apr 12, 2005 10:45 AM

        I know in Northridge on Reseda south of Nordhoff there's Morigi's. It's an Afgani/pizza place, an interesting combo.

        KHYBAR RESTAURANT/ MORIGI'S

        8910 RESEDA BLVD
        NORTHRIDGE, CA 91324

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          Stupendo Aug 19, 2006 11:05 PM

          Azeen's is great (http://azeensafghanirestaurant.com/) -- in fact, I'm going back tonight. It's a little more cosmopolitan than the old Afghan House that used to be in Northridge (I'm still mourning the loss of their mantu) but it's wonderful food. Morigi's is my next stop!

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