Eating Out: Nights of Kabul
Nights of Kabul is located amongst the shops around the shopping centre in Oakleigh. We were first to arrive at 6:30pm. A steady influx of people flowed through, during our time there.
We started with some dips and naan bread which were all delicious. Then we went onto mains:
Traditional Afghan pastries, filled with fresh leeks and mild spices, topped with a special tomato and yoghurt sauce.
David enjoyed these vegetarian pastries. I had the meat version of these which you can see below. The vegetarian version is crunchy pastry, where as the meat version is more of a steamed dumpling. We both agreed that the yoghurt and tomato sauce was just an amazing, refreshing combination.
I’m really looking forward to having these again sometime soon!
Traditional Afghan pastries, specially wrapped and steamed filled with mince lamb, onion and mild spices. Topped with a special sauce.
Succulent cube cuts of lamb, marinated in mild spices and freshly grilled over charcoal.
No complaints from Tristan with this meal. I believe the sauce supplied went nicely with the kebabs. The meat was juicy and not dry.
Everything was delicious. Service was good, our waiters were great. The ambiance is a little flat. I was getting very sick of the Afghan music playing in the background very quickly, but good friends and conversation helped to drown it out! I can’t wait to go back for those dumplings!