Came here on at Saturday night before a play. We were seated promptly and given menus.
This place has a greater variety of Afghan dishes than other restaurants that I've been to.
We shared two appetizers - Aushak and pumpkin. The server asked if we wanted naan with it. We said yes. Two problems - what I think of as naan is not what they think of it. It was what I've usually heard called just "Afghan bread." Also, she didn't mention that it was an extra $4.50 for the bread.
The appetizer portions were quite small - one solitary aushak in sauce and a small amount of the pumpkin. It was all decent tasting.
Two of us had a lamb stew with mushrooms and tomatoes. The lamb was pretty tender but I could have just eaten the mushrooms and been perfectly happy with it.
The other two had chicken kabobs. They said it was nicely flavored but they have had more tender chicken at other places.
The wine list here is quite good. There are a lot of interesting wines and they are fairly priced - not something I'm used to in Baltimore!
Service was a bit on the slow side, but it WAS Saturday night and the place was full.
The acoustics were a problem - the noise level was quite high which made it hard to carry on a conversation.
Overall, I give it a solid "B."
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