I spend a lot of time in this country and the food here is just amazing it's clean and nice not too expensive and well worth the trip taken. If you want authentic naan and sabza or steak kabob. Eat here. Amazing!
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four of us had dinner here and I must say We were extremely disappointed with the food. It was bland and tasteless. The service was horrible too! Needless to say we are never going back.
The brunch is $11.99/ person all you can eat. There 8 or so different dishes in the buffet plus Salas's and two different dessert. A nice atmosphere with white table cloth and private booth if you like. Worth to try it you will enjoy it....More
I dined here for dinner. I was disappointed. I ordered the kabob murgh with the 2 vegetable skewers, and the salata. With the exception of the chicken kabob, the food wasn't seasoned. I looked for salt and pepper on the table, which I hardly ever...More
The restaurant is popular, not just among the resident Afghans in the area, but also among different ethnicities. Having tasted Afghan cuisine the first time, I cannot claim anything on authencity but I can confidently say that their kebabs and meats are very delicious. Their...More
Waiters and waitresses were very attentive and friendly, but when my two appetizers came, I was totally disappointed. I had been to Bamian several times since its opening in 2006 and the food then was superb...this time it wasn't. I came during the lunch buffet...More
Without drinks it costs $12 plus tax and tip. In return you get tremendous amount of lamb, beef, rice pilaf, veggies and poultry. Additionally there is a limited variety of salad, soup, desert and fruit choices in a separate table. You can't beat the price....More
I went here for their lunch buffet and I would rate it as ok. I did go there last year one time for dinner and it was better. This is an Afghan restaurant and their dishes are tasty. It is also reasonably priced and their...More
The good: the lamb kabob and roasted pumpkin with herb yogurt were excellent. Well seasoned, flavorful. The bad: serious service issues. Dirty tablecloth, no utensils, pokey servers. Also: the HUGE piece of good Afghan bread should not be served without some dip or spread...hummus, yogurt,...More