Sunday, July 10, 2011

Mister Kabab: Hole-in-the-wall Persian cuisine

For midnight munchers, this is one of the places among the list of 24/7 hole-in-the-wall joints. For us, it is merely a place where we can fill our gastronomes to counterbalance alcohol contents from our literally dampen and sober spirits.

Today is not those days, surprisingly. I went to Mister Kabab, West Avenue to have my fill after a meeting at the Manila Planetarium. And while I have eaten at the place on numerous occasions, I didn't have time to blog about it, probably because we are always tipsy every time when we're there.

If you crave for a flavorful, spicy strong, Mediterranean cuisine with no frill, no fuzz and not hurting the pocket, then this place might just be right for you.

The place is a bit like a Pares but Persian style, non-airconditioned but open side walls with huge hall to accommodate epidermal flats of tables and benches all over. They have three branches now because of their ever growing market spectrum, one on Ayala TechnoHub, the other in Pearl Drive Ortigas and the prime branch in West Avenue(they used to be located at Quezon Avenue before) but I don't know if the TechnoHub and Ortigas branches rolled on a 24hour basis.

Their specialty includes Special Chelo Kabab(served in either Chicken or Beef variant), Ox Brain, and Keema, to name a few. I ordered a Special Chelo Kebab Beef(Php140), Keema(Php70) and Biryani Rice(Php40). I would suggest ordering the Keema and Rice a la cart because the Keema Rice costs about Php140, and that's just ordinary rice. You have to add Php11 for the Biryani Rice option. See how economically cautious a buyer I am?

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