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This little carryout place is run by a Japanese-influenced Iranian chef taking on an Italian-tinged California-grill menu that happens to include tacos. Got that? Beyond the multiculti stuff, you’ll find the standard array of kebabs: tender things made from grilled filet mignon; garlicky lamb kebabs; heartily spiced minced-beef kebabs called kubideh; black-edged chicken kebabs; and tastefully underdone kebabs of tuna and halibut. Kebabs here generally come with a big salad, a mountain of saffron-tinged basmati rice and a charred ripe tomato, all neatly tucked into a foam clamshell.

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Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa

Parking: Street


Reservations: Not Necessary

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