Although food can be eaten in tandem with other tasks, the union usually results in sauce-covered tax forms and the first Great American Novel to be entirely taco-themed. Focus on flavors with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Afghan cuisine on Friday or Saturday
- $15 for $30 worth of Afghan cuisine Sunday–Thursday
The menu begins with traditional Afghan appetizers, such as bulanee kadu, turnovers stuffed with spiced pumpkin and onions and served with yogurt ($4). Entrees include dal chalaw with lamb, yellow lentils, and rice ($15); kofta-e-murgh, which features delicately seasoned chicken meatballs alongside tomatoes, onions, garlic, and spices ($16); and chalaw lobya—a vegetarian tomato-based mix of kidney beans and onions to be served over rice ($15).
Kabul Afghan Cuisine
Zagat–rated Kabul Afghan Cuisine transports diners to another land with spiced Middle Eastern dishes in a dining room adorned with traditional rugs, colorful costumes, and ornate desert murals. Soft Afghan music floats through the festive dining room, mixing with the scents of spice-simmered lamb and chicken dishes and sizzling kebabs of ground beef, salmon, and veggies as diners balance palates with their BYOB bounty. In the back of the restaurant, patrons can reserve a taqh—a raised platform covered with Afghan rugs and ornate cushions—where parties kick off their shoes and dine without silverware to invoke airs of an authentic Afghan dinner or of a meal savored at home while waiting for the dishwasher repairman.
Service was prompt and the food was delicious: turnovers stuffed with spiced pumpkin, diced cucumbers in yogurt mint sauce, Kabuli Palaw ...SeniorTravelers8, TripAdvisor, 4/27/12
Amazing food. Each piece of meat was perfectly cooked. Fast, attentive service, reasonable prices.vlad recompiler, Google+ Local
Center City East
106 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106