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Monday, 22 November 2010


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looks good!

ed (from Yuma)

Wow! Another find. Sometimes first impressions are deceiving.


Hi Kirk, I love cauliflower too so I need to try that dish! Been to Kabul Market only once and remember the food taking some time too. Anyway the food here all looks great. Maybe they'll fry my hot dog extra to make it a ripper (though these look skinless).


Hi Kat - It was.....

Hi Ed - I was a bit puzzled when I first arrived, but the food has been qutie good.

Hi Dennis - I believe those hot dogs are Halal as well.


I don't know if i would have been back after waiting so long on that first trip, but you definitely convinced me otherwise! The prices seem quite reasonable and if the food is as good as you say, i suppose I'd be willing to wait too. =) Now... only if I lived closer, hehe


everything looks good, even that hot dog! how could it be bad if it's deep fried!? =)


what a delicious blog! here is so many uncanny inspirations!

have a nice time,


Have great turkey day!


Hi Peggy - Welcome, and thanks for taking the time out to comment! In spite of the wait, the food was good and the prices right.

Hi Lynnea - LOL! It was...... just a hot dog though! ;o)

Hi Paula - Thanks for visiting!

Same to you Bill! I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.


Who wouldn't notice "$3.99 breakfast and $4.95 lunch signs"? I'd be all over that like sunshine on Hawaii.

It's cool how you you went back to that place several times before you wrote about it. I'm such a honky, the hamburger and hot dog got my attention at first. Maybe I'll cover them in chatney.



If you liked this, you might want to give Ariana Kabob House just east of I15 on Mira Mesa Blvd. I found the lamb shanks and lamb chops there are very good.


Hi Rick - I've actually been there! A post is upcoming.... if I can get my act together! Thanks for the recommendation!

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