It is written that Christopher Columbus was fond of Portuguese espetadas, a beef shish kebab
marinated in wine and roasted on an open fire.
What made my evening though was their Arabic Mixed Grill (Dh100) comprising lamb chops, shish tawook, shish kebab
and real juicy lamb koftas served with hummus, traditional Arabic pickles, French fries and warm Arabic breads.
Set in the early 1900's, the story shows how people dressed in colorful costumes, paraded through villages, visited with friends and neighbors, and shared elaborate dishes such as pilaf, shish kebab
, cheoreg, and paklavah.
Only the Valley Garden starter disappointed with the chicken tikka a little dry and the shish kebab
lacking an appealing texture.
Highlight of the evening was the shish kebab
, comprising large slim pieces of pink and wonderfully cooked marinated meat - a lamb lover's delight.
Fall Food Festival Featuring shish kebab
, losh kebab or chicken kebab dinners and kheyma sandwiches, country store and bake table, 4-8 p.
There were at least nine men beating the shish kebab
out of one another, the only witnesses to this spectacle, apart from myself, were the two couples who were indulging in group sex in the smokers' gazebo opposite.
A small selection of lamb shish kebab
, prawns, Cajun-spiced spare ribs and Thai-marinated salmon steaks were provide for a taste-test too.
Indian Summer can give you the Indian taste you yearn and not just any random Indian food but the most savored sand popular Indian cuisines like paneer tikka, mutton shish kebab
, chicken tikka and the most delicious and famous Indian dish Peshawari rn, that too with the use of real Indian spices to make your meal true Indian, he underlined.
Tyers told him that he had money, before he and a friend ordered two lamb bhunas along with pilau rice, nn bread, drinks, a chapati and a shish kebab
Tyers assured the owner he had the cash to pay, before he and a friend ordered two lamb bhunas plus pilau rice, naan bread, drinks, a chapati and a shish kebab
You can fry them up like popcorn, or spear them on a stick and roast them like a shish kebab