Those who travel abroad learn countless secrets, including the fact that the British call french fries "chips" and call chips "potato nasties." Taste the fruits of other cultures with this Groupon.
- $12 for $22 worth of Indian and Pakistani food during dinner
- Click here for the menu
For Fresh Kabobs owner and head chef Rafi, cooking isn't just about feeding people. It's about sharing the flavors of his childhood with strangers. That's why he does his best to make sure his menu of Indian and Pakistani cuisine is made with the finest ingredients possible. He loads skewers with USDA choice Angus beef, Australian lamb, chicken, and farm fresh vegetables, seasons them in a blend of spices from mild to hot, and serves each kabob with a side of goat cheese and strawberries and sauteed veggies and potatoes. But kabobs are just the beginning here. Rafi also wraps his savory meats in paratha and naan bread for Indian-style wraps, and piles them atop beds of basmati rice for the house curry bowls. But no matter how they're served, all of his dishes incorporate spicy sauces made in-house from homemade recipes.