★★★★ Had the tandoori chicken breast kebab with Naan and a mango lassi. Everything was very good and the chicken was fresh and tender. Very reasonable prices. Place is kinda small and looks like an old fashioned joint in Pakistan (needs a make-over inside). Also seems like only one person mans the front of restaurant so sometimes have to go and look in the kitchen to call him for something. Other than that the food is great. Posted on July 6, 2018
★★★★ As far as the food goes, there is not much left to desire once you eat here. They make the best Chicken Karahi one can get anywhere in the US. I also tried their Chapli Kababs which were top notch. The Chicken Seekh kababs, were however average in terms of taste. The portion sizes at this location are very good. The place is not very well kept though. I went to the restroom and was immediately put off by how unclean it was. It seemed that it had not been thoroughly cleaned for weeks as the corners were littered with hair and other trash. If the owners just spend 5 minutes a day keeping the restrooms clean it would definitely leave a good impression on the patrons.
Going back to the food, their Chapli kababs are more Peshawari style than Afghani style, i.e. they are thicker and bigger. They also make a killer goat karahi. They also make some killer Lahori style Chanay or chick peas. Their naans although acceptable were too generic in taste and texture. They should learn how to make better naans from Iranian or Afghani places all around the area.
Overall it is a good place to eat if you don't care much about ambiance and just looking tasty food. Posted on May 10, 2018
★★★ This place has good food. Warning: the place is not very clean. We tried the tandoori chicken, beef nehari, and seekh kabab. We are all satisfied with the taste and quality of the food. I wish the place was cleaner. I don't know what it is with these desi owned restaurants. Desi restaurant owners: CLEAN YOUR PLACE. It is a significant dissatisfier. IF I ever decide to go back, it will strictly be Take-Out. Recap: Food is good. Facility is bad. Posted on February 7, 2018