House of Kabob is a diminutive Persian restaurant located in a South Colorado Boulevard strip mall and surrounded by other Middle Eastern restaurants and markets. For nearly thirty years, House of Kabob has been serving customers marinated fava beans, lamb tongue, gyros and the house-special Lebnee pita bread dip: Lebanese cream yogurt, sprinkled with olive oil and mint and garlic. The atmosphere is aged but comfortable, with lots of purple and pale-wood furniture, perfect for a relaxing lunch or dinner while sipping a guava juice or a Lebanese coffee. House of Kabob is a good spot to bring out-of-town guests for a taste of Persia in Colorado; the restaurant gets busy on the weekends, so reservations are recommended.
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South Colorado Boulevard between Evans and Yale avenues is to Middle Eastern cuisine what Federal Boulevard is to Vietnamese. The variety of primarily Moroccan, Lebanese and Persian dishes to be found in eateries of various styles a...
For twenty years, House of Kabob has been jammed into this strip mall on Colorado Boulevard, tangled up with other Middle Eastern markets and restaurants. That's twenty years of Persian cuisine, twenty years of kabobs and lamb tongu...
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