Tandoor House of Kabob in Parkville delicious and authentic flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine with organic and halal meats and made to order Naan in the tandoor. The dishes are flavored with spices from Iran, such as sumac, saffron and barberry.
The menu maybe small but it is packed with flavor. The gyro is the biggest I have seen and is freshly sliced lamb from the skewer. Then served with lettuce, tomato, onion and a traditional yogurt sauce wrapped on a warm pita from the tandoor for $6.99. I usually can make two meals from this gyro.
If you in the mood for kabobs you can pick from beef, chicken, shisk and lamb – or even go for a combo of meats (ranging from $12.99 – $14.99). All of the entrees are served with our Persian Soltani rice, cooked using onion juice to aid in digestion.
A great side dish to try is the shirazi made from chopped cucumber, tomato, fresh herbs and onion, served with house dressing for $2.99.
They also offer traditional baklava and other Middle Eastern deserts to round out your meal.
Every time I have been the service is friendly and on point. You can dine in or carry out – dining in offers BYOB with no corkage fees.
Since this is so close to our house it has become a favorite carry out for us!
They are expanding and opening a second location in the Federal Hill area.
Tandoor House of Kabob
1748 Taylor Ave.
For more info: you can subscribe to email notices, email me at AIBR.Blog@gmail.com, find me on Facebook or follow me on twitter @BmoreRestaurant