|★★★ The food was ok and I felt the restaurant was somewhat short-staffed on a weekend night.|
|★★★★ Good food. Most entrees 12-15$. |
Is located in a so-so neighborhood. Parking is paid metered parking.
|★★★★★ MashAllah Muslim owners. Authentic Afghani soup was delicious. Also try their chicken tikka a nice blend of flavors bursting in your mouth. Went for lunch and was packed with people. Will definitely come again in my next trip to St Louis. Met both owners very nice Muslim brothers.|
|★★★ This place was sold to the owners of al-Waha and is now in West County. The food was very good but too much alcohol which are both academic at this point.|
|★★★ i love the food and the restaurant environment. however the location of the restaurant is a little unsafe, especially at night. during the day its fine, but its St. Louis, what do you expect! |
|★★★ food tastes OK,server was not rude,portion was relatively small for the price they charge.|
|★★ Their food is very expensive. |
Rude service if you are a Muslim, good service if you are a white guy ordering wine.
I do not like the people who run this place, rumor has it they have belly dancers, not sure if true.
|★★★ Good food, pricey for the small portions served. Decent location on Grand Avenue and neat dine in atmosphere.|
|★ This place is NOT 100% Zabihah Halal.|
They get their meat from Star Packing company, that sells both Zabihah and non-Zabihah. The owners admited that most of the time (but not all the time) they get Zabihah meat from Star Pack.
|★★★ The meat & chicken are halal but the presence of alcohol is too strong. |
The portions are too small and the price is really expensive.
I only recommend catering from this restaurant.