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World Class Persian Kabab


Located in T.Morato cor E.Rodgriguez in Quezon City, this restaurant can get full especially during dinner time (haven't tried going there for lunch, that's why!). The interiors are painted red which complements the dark wood table and dim lights. Think mysterious! You can also order shisha here.




Shawarma Rice. This plate is for the ravenous! Simply add yogurt dressing and spicy dressing and voila--- a meal with a zing! Costs less than a hundred. Friendly on the pocket.


Creamy Yogurt Shake. Sweetened just right to adapt to Filipino palate. I've tasted sour yogurt shake and its definitely a no-no. Never mind if its healthy. But the one they serve here, good!!! And did I mention it's just P30? That's not even $1.


This is the Shawarma Plate. It's basically an unrolled and unwrapped shawarma. The nice part here is for those who hates onions (not me) and tomatoes or maybe the cucumbers. Just pour the yogurt dressing, mix and you're ready to roll! I mean, bite ;) And very, very affordable also, only P55! That's a dollar and a few cents.

The resto also serves ox brain. Haven't tried this one yet. Overall rating is two thumbs up for the food but that for the bad waitress experience.


A warning though: Some waitress tends to be not that alert and you may have to wait for a long time to get your order. Better remind them every now and then especially if you are ordering grilled dishes like the liver, kababs, etc.

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