About this Business
- Middle Eastern, Afghan
Great place, expect service to be slower than a typical american restaurant but worth the wait. Will be planning to visit again
Your lack of business skills and lack of flavor is the reason I will never recommend or revisit your business ever again!
We love your food and your prices.
Terrible service. Slow, inconsistent. At one point the waiter came to bring us the food and said, "I don't know what this is or who ordered it."
Good food , tasty and clean
Could use some background music for atmosphere
The service was lovely, and the food was delicious. I highly recommend this place, and plan to fo back even without a groupon!
Great food, great service!
Great food and very nice staff! Slightly slow service with getting requests filled like water, drinks, glasses, etc. Glad we tried it and will definitely be back!
Friendly staff and amazing food
I love this place! Everything.is delicious and the food is plated beautifully..
From Our Editors
A large door opens to a vast lounge with vibrant red curtains and ornate pillow-topped seats. According to the Riverfront Times blog, Orkeed owner Taif Jassim drew inspiration for his eatery's decor from a historical Iraqi palace and sought the culinary expertise of chef Wael Khudair to develop a menu of dishes hailing from Baghdad, Afghanistan, Jordon, and Iraq. Hookah smoke wafts through the air, mixing with the aromas of marinated lamb and chicken, pan-fried fish with raisins, and eggplant topped with sweet pomegranate sauce. Their desserts include apricot and coconut toast, and the walls are ornamented with plates and jewel-encrusted smoke detectors.