It seems questionable to make a drink out of yogurt, but Danimals was able to do it so well. King Kabob Express’ yogurt soda also known as “dough” has long been a popular drink and was consumed in ancient Persia. Dough has been described as a cold drink of curdled milk and water seasoned with mint.
Though these yogurt sodas may seem enticing and interesting to some, the delicacy that is most known at this establishment is the kabobs. King Kabob Express’ Koobideh Combination consists of one juicy strip of beef and another equally juicy strip of ground boneless chicken. Another combination platter is the Lamb Kabob which is their finest cut of boneless tenderloin marinated in a special sauce.
Other than their combination plates, King Kabob Express offers a variety of specials for their customers all under $10. For $4.95, guests can enjoy Adas Polo which is a hearty Iranian plate made of basmati rice, lentils, caramelized onions, raisins, and spices that can be served with chicken or lamb or remain as is for vegetarian customers. Now, at the price of $8.95, customers can enjoy Baghali-Polo which is basmati rice with lima beans or fava beans, but is complimented well with chicken.
Although most customers come to King Kabob Express to enjoy a great meal, they leave with something more, a memorable impression. This fast food restaurant combines mouth-watering kabobs with beautiful artworks and outstanding customer service. They are open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and are easy to get a hold of for catering services at the low price of $9.95 per person.
Ever since it opened, King Kabob Express has vowed to give each and every customer of theirs a little taste of the Middle East. Through the customer service and the fine dining, guests can enjoy their stay to the very last bite. Whether you enjoy chicken or beef or just want to take the risk of trying a yogurt soda, King Kabob Express will not let you down.