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Kabob House expands Amherst's Middle Eastern menu

Kabob House and Grill opened in October in the Super Bazaar plaza in Amherst.

It’s a small, humble restaurant at 3202 Sheridan Drive, between International Halal Market and Super Bazaar, a Pakistani-Indian grocery.

The brief menu includes Persian kabobs of ground, spiced beef called koobideh, and kebsa, chicken, lamb or beef cooked in a fragrant rice pilaf. There’s also hummus, babaganoush and a few salads.

Nazaneen Ali, a Kurdish woman who is one of its owners, said the restaurant is open seven days a week, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Phone: 810-3514.

Here's the menus:

Kebsa is a Middle Eastern meat-and rice pilaf. (Andrew Galarneau/Buffalo News)

Kebsa is a Middle Eastern meat-and rice pilaf. (Andrew Galarneau/Buffalo News)

Koobideh is a grilled kabob of seasoned ground beef, Persian style. (Andrew Galarneau/Buffalo News)

Koobideh or kubide is a grilled kabob of seasoned ground beef, Persian style. (Andrew Galarneau/Buffalo News)

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