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I am a huge fan of Kabob Village. For most people, myself included, you can go in and order something you have never had before…maybe never even heard of! I went last week and tried out Kibbe for the first time. Kibbe is a beef and a bulgur wheat shell stuffed with beef and onions. Yeah, you read that right, it is beef stuffed with beef, for the win! It was a lot of fun to try.
I also got the Baba Ghanouj which is eggplant, tahini , lemon, garlic and olive oil blended together and ready for dunking of pita. But, I think the real draw and the reason that I keep going back ifs for the Shawarma’s. A shawarma is a kind of wrap. You can pick between chicken or beef which has been cooked on a rotisserie, then put into the wrap with veggies, tahini and of course pickles. The whole wrap is then crisped up in the press and on your plate with a side of hummus.
One thing that I have found about a shawarma is that I cannot accurately recreate it at home…which drives me crazy!
Kabob village also has great appetizers like stuffed grape leaves (so good!), hummus, tabouli , fattouch salads and more. You can get shish kabobs, lamb kabobs and a whole variety of platters. It is my sincere hope that I will be able to go there someday as part of a group and order the Kabob village plate or the Mezza, which is an enormous portion with a taste of almost everything!
Kabob Village is owned locally and run by 2 families working together. I asked our server about the desserts and where they came from and she said that she, her aunt and grandmother all worked together to create these delicacies.
So, now that we’re on the topic of dessert… Hello Shoaybieh! While I cannot quite get that word out of my mouth correctly, I am more than happy simply to put it in. It is a dessert made with phyllo that is filled with cream, and drizzled with rose water and orange blossom water. It is so simple, but absolutely elegant and delicious!
Is anyone else getting hungry?
If you haven’t tried it already you should give it a shot and maybe even try the French fry wrap. My seat neighbor had one and I was very intrigued- he said it was good! Hmmm… wonder if my kids would eat that?
Anyhow, Kabob Village is over on Syndicate by Victoriaville, and I assure you that it is a very fun lunch destination. ..and you will be very full after.
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