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Pamier Kabob - Afghan Cuisine

Posted: 11/22/12

Pamier Kabob - Afghan Cuisine

Restaurant: Brampton Pamier_Kabob

dre @ Hurontario & County Court: Gerald had recommended this place to try out. When I looked online, I saw that there were 3 locations - Brampton, Mississauga and downtown. The Brampton location was a little inconvenient for us because it was a little far from our house and we rarely ventured out to that area. However, one day, we couldn't decide what to eat, so we made the trek.

It was worth it!

We didn't really know what to order, so we picked a chicken dish and a beef dish.

For the chicken, we got the Chicken Kabob Tandoori ($9.99 with rice). The chicken was really juicy and flavourful, and the spices were really good.

The beef dish is called Tikka Chaplee Kabob ($9.49 with no rice). It was a combination of tender beef chunks and on the left is the Chaplee, which was hamburger-like in texture. I liked the spices infused in the Chaplee.

The dishes also came with salad and bread, so next time we can save the $2 and forego the rice. The bread was interesting, as we were expecting naan, but it was still good.

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Categories: Beef,  Bread,  Chicken,  Middle Eastern,  

Comments: 2 Comments



  • It looks similar to Indian food...would you say there is a big difference?
    Nelson @ 2012-11-23
  • Yes, very similar to Indian flavors. I would even say Greek -like, because of the layout of the meat on rice and salad.
    dre @ 2012-11-23

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