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March 7th, 2011 MATTHEW SINGER | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Kabob House

You’ve been looking for an excuse to visit Beaverton Town Square, right? Well, here it is. Never guessed this would be the place to go for quality Persian food, huh? Situated in the shadow of a strip-mall clock tower, Kabob House offers exactly what its name suggests. It lacks atmosphere—YouTube videos of Iranian pop stars don’t exactly qualify as ambience—but excels in taste and quantity. The kebabs, naturally, are the best things on the menu, available with beef, chicken or vegetables and served with plentiful amounts of rice. Of course, there’s always the chance you’ll fill up beforehand on the complimentary flatbread that arrives at the table with onion, basil and butter. Be careful not to gorge yourself too early. After all, when’s the next time you’ll make it out to the ’burbs?

 
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