Kabob & Kurry

Food & Drink
1430 W Warner Rd, Ste 126, Gilbert, AZ 85233 1430 W Warner Rd, Ste 126, Gilbert Directions
+14808925879
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60% of 40 customers recommended
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Report | 4 years ago
Took an hour to get food, but it was very yummy. It was their first day open so that may be why it took some time.
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Report | 4 years ago
Friendly, welcoming staff and delicious food.
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Report | 5 years ago
Leave a tip do not be unkind and not leave a tip for the waitress. From what the waitress told myself and my friend is that people use groupon and refuse to tip.
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Report | 5 years ago
Spicy, but authentic
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Report | 5 years ago
The food is great and the service is even better! Our favorites were the Chicken Tikka Masala and the Beef Nihari, they were excellent.
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Report | 5 years ago
You should specify in Groupon terms and conditions that customers can use groupon money towards buffet or for dine in and that they will only get Veg or Non-veg platter.
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Report | 5 years ago
Don't use Groupon if you go to this restaurant.
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Report | 5 years ago
Over-priced, and we weren't even shown a menu. Food was served on metal trays which made my kids feel like they were in prison. I took them there for kabobs, which we had none of. Everything was too spicy for them, but I liked it. Just would have liked a better atmosphere, food options, and maybe a little background music at least. We were the only ones in the restaurant and it was deadly quiet. Creeped us out
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Report | 5 years ago
I got food poisoning after eating the buffet there
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Food is good. Service is terrible.
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From Our Editors

Upon arriving to the United States from Pakistan, Muhammed Samdani could only focus on one thing: how mediocre the local Pakistani cuisine tasted. Though the engineer had started to retrain in the American school system to get his American engineering degree, he was so appalled by the food that he completely had a change of heart and decided to become a chef.

He knew he could bring the authentic flavors of his Indian heritage and Pakistani homeland to the states, so he flew back overseas to India to study under three separate chefs. He eventually mastered their recipes—including a few secret family recipes given to him by the chefs—and came back to the States.

Now at Kabob N Kurry, his dishes embody the culinary traditions of Hyderabad and Delhi, with both well-known favorites, such as chicken tikka masala, and the less familiar, such as beef do pizza—clay-oven-baked bread stuffed with chicken and spices. Some of his dishes are so complex they need to be ordered 24 hours in advance of dining times, giving the kebabs time to soak up the flavors of the clay oven or to full absorb the sweet flavors of steamed saffron.

All of the meats used are prepared in the zabiha halal method. Those abstaining from meat can indulge in a variety of vegetarian dishes or delight their inner child and eat nothing but dessert.

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