|★★★★★ The best in san diego|
|★★★★★ THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY. Honestly, if I ever come back to SD, this restaurant must be my first choice. I can remembre how great was it. Good appetizers, perfect grills, fantastic bread!!|
|★★★★★ Excellent food, great portions, and very reasonable ambiance. They offer by far the best hummus that I have tasted. I would highly recommend ordering their 3 or 4 people feast for large parties as it comes with a really good three course meal (salad, appetizer - hummus, and full meal)|
|★★★★ They have awesome bread, very similar to Pakistani tandoori rotee. Awesome lentil soup. Good prices. Big serving size. Good roasted chicken.|
|★★ The food is excellent and the servings are huge. However, the restaurant is not "alcohol-free" as listed above. They don't have alcohol on the menu but they do have it if you ask. I was there and saw quite a few people order it and have it served. I was shocked. Never ate from there again as I can't trust a place that serves 'halal' food and serves alcohol as well.|
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|★★★★★ They have full halal menu. The owner is Muslim and the manger is Muslim too . The restaurant is very nice . The food is delicious in one visit to San Diego we ate there 4 .|
|★★★★★ لذيذ واحلا ما اكلت في امريكا واحذروا حجم اطياقه كبيره يعني طلبوا نصف المعتاد|
|★★★★★ Absolutely, positively our favorite place to eat at in San Diego (eventhough its in El Cajon which is 40 mins for us N.San Diegans). The portions are oversized!!!! we have bought the family feast for 5 to feed 8 people and we still take home leftovers. |
The fresh bread is like tandoori naan.. TO DIE FOR.
|★★★★★ I am shocked I am the first person to not only review, but ADD this to zabihah.com's database! This place has incredible, authentic Iraqi food. The bread alone is worth a trip to this place. Oven-baked, huge tasty bread. I had the leg of lamb and it came to me on a mound of rice....it was fit for a caveman. It really was enough for two people. It definitely had a 1001 Nights atmosphere, with ents over the booths. I am writing this review years after my visit and I still remember the meat falling off the bone and....that bread!|
zabihah.com responds: Actually, we did have it but someone had reported it closed. We re-opened the listing.
|★★★★★ This place was excellent. We were a group of 7 people and we ordered the "Feast for 5" platter and had plenty of left overs (it can easily feed 10 people). It was a gigantic platter with all different types of Kabobs (Beef, lamb. and chicken) along with other chicken pieces and tons of rice and salad. The platter was incredible and delicious. The service was top of the line as the staff was very friendly and catered to our needs. The place was very spacious as well as neat and clean. They even have a section for large, private gatherings. I really like this place and would love to return. If you are a group of 7-10 people then get the feast for 5.|
|★★★★★ this is a great place. very nice sitting arrangement and the food is off the hook|
|★★★★ Huge servings for average price. Specially their giant size nans (bread).|