The Kabob Bazaar Restaurant offers Persian cuisine at: 3133 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA. The restaurant is open for lunch and supper every day. These photos were taken at the Bethesda location on 7710 Wisconsin Avenue, which is now permanently closed.
The Kabob Bazaar Restaurant has an informal atmosphere with wooden tables without tablecloths. The background music is not intrusive and the place gets a little bit loud when filled to capacity.
The Lamb Shish Kabob has chunks of marinated prime lamb with mushroom, green pepper, tomato, and onion.
The Beef Shish Kabob is made of marinated chunks of prime beef grilled with mushroom, green pepper, tomato, and onion.
The restaurant offers several types of chicken kabobs some have bones and others are boneless.
The Salmon Kabob is made from marinated chunks of filet of salmon. Shireen Polo is a sweet pilaf consisting of fluffy basmati rice mixed with saffron, orange peels, carrots, almonds, and pistachios.
Napoleon and Baklava are two typical middle-eastern deserts made with thin flaky layers of philo pastry dough.
The Persian Ice Cream is flavored with rose water and saffron and mixed with pistachio nuts.
The food is fresh and tasty at reasonable prices. Call the Bethesda restaurant at (301) 652-5814, or the Arlington restaurant at (703) 522-8999 Find more information about the restaurant at its web site: www.kabobbazaar.com