Located unpresumptiously in an out-of-the-way strip mall, this tiny Afghan restaurant offers a comfortable open dining room and kitchen along with a menu of delights. Order bolani (thin flatbread stuffed with either mashed potato or leeks) as an appetizer and some deliciously spiced house-specialty kabobs (perhaps the ground lamb seekh kabob, or the ground beef kabob (which is prepared like a hamburger patty). The meals at Chopan Kabob come with a fresh tomato-onion salad, rice, and pita-style flat bread.
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