I liked it.
It's clean and easy to locate. The only problem I have is the decorations, it's a little tacky, but overall the food is delicious and I much prefer it over other kebab joints I've been to. It's affordable and the portions are reasonable. I'll probably be heading there again.
The decor isn't that great, but the food is excellent! I think its funny and kinda tacky how they have ''No heart burn" on there sign out side of the restaurant. But truth be told I've never experienced heart burn after eating at Kabab Way. Prices are good and the people that work there are nice.
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Why choose Kabab Way?
- High Quality
- Great Service
- Low prices
How the food is prepared?
All our dishes are prepared using fresh produce. The ingredients are simple and original. The food does not touch any surface while cooking above the flames. That's why Kabab Way = No Heart Burn.
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Kebab (also occasionally transliterated as kebap, kabab, kebob, kabob, kibob, kebhav, kephav) refers to a variety of meat dishes in Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, African, Central Asian, and South Asian cuisines, consisting of grilled or broiled meats on a skewer or stick. The most common kebabs include lamb and beef, although others use goat, chicken, fish, or shellfish. Observant Muslims and most Jews do not use pork for kebabs because of religious and cultural prohibition, but pork kebabs can be found in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Turkey and India, especially in the state of Goa. Like other ethnic foods brought by immigrants and travelers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in multicultural countries around the globe.