Kabob House opens in Wards Corner

March 1, 2010

The Virginian-Pilot has an article on the recently opened Kabob House.  It is located in the Northwest corner of Wards Corner in the same shopping center as the AutoZone.

Co-owner Naoufal Bounkhoul, right, and Fahad Khan, center, prepare food at Kabob House in Wards Corner. (Bill Tiernan | The Virginian-Pilot)

Co-owner Naoufal Bounkhoul, right, and Fahad Khan, center, prepare food at Kabob House in Wards Corner. (Bill Tiernan | The Virginian-Pilot)

Highlights from the article:

The restaurant opened in November and touts a menu of specialties from owner Naoufal Bounkhoul’s homeland, Morocco. He and co-owner Hammadi Jbilou offer several varieties of kabobs, including kefta, a combination of ground beef, onions and parsley shaped into pieces suitable for grilling.

It’s a cheap trip to a foreign land – the total for three kabob dinners, which each included sides, was under $30.

The Wards Corner spot, just off Granby Street and near the Interstate 64 interchange, is convenient for folks all over the region. Diners can eat in or take out. Bounkhoul said he recently began delivery to a limited area.

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