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If you look closely at the signboard above Kabul’s doors, you will notice that the restaurant name is flanked by a camel and a palm tree, before proclaiming its premise of North West Frontier Food. Neither the tree, nor the animal are prominently found in the North West Frontier, but, oh well maybe. Perhaps the menu was crafted in the same vein to include everything and anything that ends with ‘kabab’; North West Frontier or not. Then there is biryani and the ever-popular array of Punjabi dishes. Expectedly, while Kabul manages to pull off a few, much of it is too middling for mention.
Kabul has changed locations to many places over the years but has remained the same in quality of food and service. Decent food. Consistent in flavour.
Had been to Kabul restaurant for lunch, we ordered the mini tandoor platter, garlic naan and Tandoori pomfret.The taste was awesome, service was quick.The only disadvantage was their rest room which had faulty lights. Otherwise our late lunch at Kabul was awesome. Ambience was ok.
Wonderful kebabs and lamb leg (raan)cannot get in chennai very authentic food and staff are very humble quit nice place
Went to this restaurant on a Friday afternoon.... It was easy to locate and parking the car was no problem.... Ordered for Malai paneer starter.... It was soft and not spicy at all... The lil one enjoyed... For main course ordered mutter paneer and phulka.... Both tasted well and no complaints... I went for their non veg lunch combo.... It had butter naan butter chicken Hyderabad dum biryani and gulab jamun... All this for 300rs.... Every dish was brilliant... Biryani was much better than I was expecting... Nice flavors and went very well with raita.... I had booked this table using easy diner app.... Because of which I got a free dessert... Mr Srinivas who works in the restaurant was kind enough to give two desserts... Shahi tukra and carrot halwa.... Both sweet dish were awesome.... Much better than many restaurants that serves north Indian desserts... Overall a very satisfying lunch.... Order takes a little extra time to reach the table.... Otherwise a great place which is run by good staff...
I used to go to Kabul few years ago for their great keema biriyani but due to various reasons it has been some years since I last dined there. We ended up for dinner one night and I went for my favourite option among others. The food was good and the other orders were quite enjoyable. The vegetarian gravy was finger licking good and my wife and I finished it completely. A good restaurant that offers a good spread of North Indian, though it tends to the North West Frontier style of dishes with a relaxed dining atmosphere and good service.
There can never be too many of North-Indian restaurants and if you are inclined for some good soulful curry then the entire city is your playground. Chennai has a fantastic curry culture. It itself has some wonderful regional curry palette that can amaze you with its deep flavour and diversity but let’s admit when talking about curry, our mind instantly move towards rich robust Punjabi curries. Dunking a piece of flaky naan in a bowl of creamy spicy curry can be very comforting and you can find this kind of comfort easily at ‘Kabul’ in Mylapore vicinity. This homely looking comfy restaurant is located at Kaaraikudi Complex in busy Mylapore and is quite frequented by hungry corporates and small families. It’s a good place to be for a casual, relaxed meal with loved ones without blowing your money. The restaurant is a low key place.
While the name Kabul may revive your exotic imagination, the mystery extends only to the décor. The signage carries a picture of a camel and a cluster of palm trees, suggesting an influence of middle-eastern backdrop. The romantic fantasy of exotic interiors carries into the décor featuring, peppy pink walls embedded with flame shaped windows and mysterious carved screens. Restaurant is quite spacious by forming small nooks and corners for you to settle in. To elevate the middle-eastern theme, they have put small carpets on the walls and a photo of a regional woman. Kabul is charming and awakens your curiosity with its quaint décor and a relaxed ambience. The colour pink lends a vibrancy to the room, something that pulls the restaurant from being dull or uninteresting.
The menu of Kabul trots all over Northern India by handpicking most delicious dishes from Awadh, Mughal and Hyderabad. You get to enjoy some very clever and classic delicacies. Start with, murgh kadak sheek kebab, hara bhara kebab, tandoori chicken, paneer tikka, murgh cheese kebab, tandoori stuffed mushroom, pathar ka gosht, makki sheek kebab, malavani fish, gobi amritsari, rubiyan sheek kebab, murgh kalimirchi kebab, alu bharwan and raan-e-sikander. Soak up the curries with a piece of buttery naan or a bowl of fragrant biryani. On offer is, murgh malai handi, paneer roganjosh, murgh nawabi curry, palak paneer kofta, jhinga dum masala, malai kofta, machli lajawab, channa pindi and kacha keema kofta curry. See Kabul off with khubani ka meethah, sheer kurma or shahi tukda.