Afghan Cuisine & Banquet Hall's chefs make a mean kabuli pulao. In the words of Seattle Weekly food writer Hanna Raskin, the dish—which consists of broth-boiled basmati rice, shredded carrots, raisins, and a juicy lamb shank—"makes you want to eat nothing but lamb forevermore."
Lamb is just one of the meats that chefs skewer onto kabobs at Afghan Cuisine & Banquet Hall. Others include marinated chicken and meatballs seasoned with curry, ensuring that they leave an easily trackable, bright-yellow trail when they roll away. Family recipes dictate the careful creation of main dishes as well as their saucy compliments, such as garlic-yogurt and cilantro chutney, which diners can sop up with fluffy naan. They can sample authentic Afghan drinks, too, in the form of Afghan tea or dogh, a cucumber-yogurt drink.
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