The food is not tasty or fresh... .Service is good. ... Ambiance is not good. Definitely don't see value for money
portions were very small. service was spotty & slow.
Make sure you know what each groupon covers and then stick with the rules the owner tells you. This groupon covered an appetizer, 2 entrees and 2 drinks - a bargain for $35 :). The food was excellent. Get the combo appetizer and the roasted salmon!
The décor is very plain, but the food is outstanding! I wish more people would go here because I do not want to see them leave Los Altos!
These guys should know how to TALK to a person and then of course to the customer TOO...it is SHAME that Groupon did not do a well check on this business and we had to suffer, get humiliated and embarrassed in front of many other people.
groupon offer was unclear and unexplained. then confusing to try to pay the bill. waitress did not seem to speak any english.
Great lam chop. Good service.
Wine was warm (almost hot). Lamb portions were tiny. Service was non-existent. Restaurant needs ac or fans. Not impressed.
Food is good, service is also good.
Only thing missing is the ambience
From Our Editors
Diego Abeloos of the Los Altos Town Crier scribed an article about Village Kebab that sums up the eatery. He explained how after investing more than a decade owning an Italian restaurant, Aziz Dogan decided he’d be better off sticking with what he knows. The native Turk now presides over Village Kebab, a Mediterranean-style eatery where diners can dig in to wraps, tabbouleh, and of course, kebabs. Dishes are prepared by Nilgun Boyar Dizon, a European-trained chef who looks to use organic ingredients whenever possible. Abeloos went on to detail her variety of desserts, from traditional baklava to an interpretation of the arabian concoction künefe, which entangles a sweet cheese in thin angel-hair pasta.