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To say that Mr. Kabab is one my favorite restaurants is an understatement. It’s the kind of place where, when you suddenly get the craving for their delicious chelo beef kababs, you would find a way to commute or drive there no matter what part of the city you’re at. Part of why I love Mr. Kabab so much is because of the price range of their food. Most Persian/Mediterranean restaurants will charge you an arm, a leg, and a pound of flesh for a dish, but a meal at Mr. Kabab will only cost you Php 70 – 90. This includes rice, a viand, and a juicy grilled tomato. And where else can you get a cold, creamy, yogurt shake for only 35 pesos?
If you ever pass by Mr. Kabab at West Ave, Quezon City, I highly recommend the dish I always get. The special chelo kabab is made up of two pieces of beef kabab smothered in garlic sauce and butter, two tomatos, and a cup of rice. Nowhere else will you feel obscenely full and satisfied for under a hundred bucks.