Who doesn’t love a good juicy piece of a kabob? A succulent delicious piece of red meat cooked and spiced to perfection, Kabob House is located off of Paseo del Norte, and it delivers the goods with Persian and Kurdish fare.

I first found out about Kabob House when restaurants opened back up during the first lockdown—supporting all local businesses of course. Word on street was that Kabob House was on point.

The top tier item on their list is their melt-in-your-mouth Beef Barg Kabob ($16.99). This delicious item spotlights thin slices of juicy tenderloin tenderized and seasoned with Kabob House’s signature recipe. It’s broiled over an open fire, giving it a smoky finish.

If you consider yourself a lamb eater, they have you covered. Their Boneless Lamb Kabob ($16.99) is thick and juicy and cooked just right. And if you want to lose the skewer, they can always throw the meats into sandwich form.

What about those sides? I love hummus, and Kabob House makes a delicious blend, but what really stodd out to me is their Kashk Bademjan ($7.99). I was hesitant at first, but I’m so glad I ordered it. Pan-fried eggplant topped with spices on top of flatbread? It seemed interesting, after the first bite I was hooked. The only time I’ve had eggplant was in Italian dishes but the Mediterranean spin gave me chills.

Wash down all this delicousness with a refreshing drink. Try their Majoun ($4.49). A smoothie-esq drink containing nuts, bananas, dates and others to form the perfect ending to a perfect meal.

Kabob House offers premiere entrees for the right price with a nice atmosphere. We highly recommend it.

Kabob House

 8104 Wyoming Blvd NE Suite A

Neighborhood: Heights

Category: Middle Eastern

Phone: (505) 312-8949



Cade Guererro

Cade is young journalist who has worked at publication in Austin, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. He focuses on the cultural topics of Albuquerque.

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