Food was bland and tasteless.
Good service and food is good and fresh
While they are earnest in wanting to please customers, the server didn't know the wine list or even how to open a bottle of wine! We had to go to the bar to show her how to use the wine opener. They were also out of 2 meals we wanted and had to settle for 2 mediocre proteins. I hope they figure out who they are before business totally tanks.
They didn't have salads, soups or a number of things on the menu available. It was not a busy night!
We were the only customers there, the table that they brought us to was dirty with bird droppings. The waitress was dull, the food was dull. I could have gotten the exact same food at the local fast food kabob place and spent 1/2 the money.
We tried all the kabobs and they were excellent.
Best grilled chicken In Montgomery County
Nice bar on one and equally nice restaurant on the other side. Friendly staff. We had the lamb and salad instead of rice. It was okay. I like it but my husband wishes he'd chosen a different dish. 3.5 stars out of 5
From Our Editors
Matt's House of Kabob showcases some of the best known food of the Middle East, with a particular focus on halal Persian cuisine. There's hummus, falafel and familiar kebabs, of course, but also dips like kashk-o-bademjan (sautéed eggplant, onion, garlic, and yogurt sauce) and entrees like the joojeh kebab, which skewers tender grilled cornish hen. Daily specials feature more elaborate Persian dishes, including fesenjoon, a sweet-and-sour stew of chicken, pomegranate, molasses, and walnuts. Such meals pair well with flatbreads freshly baked in a clay oven, fizzy Iranian yogurt soda and sweets like rosewater ice cream and cardamom fritters.
Matt's House of Kabob