MAJID'S KABAB

We'd been to Majid's Kabab twice during our stay, which is just a walking distance to Las Casitas Inn. When hb brought me here, I was skeptical at first because of the uninviting facade of this tiny sidewalk eatery. I don't know why but I could be a fastidious person concerning the small eateries here in the Philippines.


Honestly, it wasn't something I'm really looking forward to. Anyways, I tried first the Biryani Chicken and Rice (Php 75.00) which was just okay. This set meal is a spicy dish made of chicken, which is cooked tender to the bone and served with aromatic saffron-colored rice and a small serving of Persian salad. The salad is an appetizing cold dish of chopped vegetables topped with lemon vinaigrette. I couldn't finish the set meal so I gave my left-over to hb. :)

Biryani chicken and rice


Then came the Beef Kabab (Php 30.00) and the presentation wasn't really pretty enticing. I started to nibble the pita bread with grilled beef dish, tomato and white sauce. I gasped instantly in genuine surprise. The juicy ground beef marinated with just the right blend of spices was flavorful and tender. Oh my goodness, the Kabab was divine!

beef kabab with grilled tomato

We couldn't help but started to order again the rest of their kababs from Chicken (Php30.00) - a tender lean chicken breast chunks sprinkled with the right amount of seasoning, to Tenderloin (Php 40.00) - slices of tender lean beef grilled to perfection, and Goat (Php 40.00) - a tasty serving of grilled ground meat which is satisfying.


Majid's Kabab is truly a hidden gem with a simple delicious menu of traditional Persian Kebabs and other Mediterranean dishes. Don't let the appearance put you off. Aside from the delicious kababs, the eatery has fast service and affordable menus. If you're seeking a change in cuisine types and the best no-frills eatery in Davao, do visit Majid's Kabab.


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7 comments:

  1. it's sad to know that somebody had your domain. karma will always get them back.

    take care!

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  2. the biryani chicken looks so good to eat. you made my afternoon break hungrier.

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  3. i am just amazed at the prices of the food. value for money! here, that should already cost about Yen 1,500 at least (750 pesos).

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  4. oh dear! i'm sorry to hear about your domain sis...that only means that you're doing well so somebody got interest on it. Your link is updated on my blog. keep blogging! parang bitin yata ako sa tenderloin. baka 4-5 order siguro ang makakain ko diyan..hehehe..

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  5. The colours are great; if the kebab matches, that would be great...

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  6. Dear, you havent't tried the 'kebab' at our office's canteen made by a real Lebanese guy. Damn! You can't imagine the amount of beef/chicken that they serve. OH yes, with grilled chillies some more, and dollops of sour cream and cheese!

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  7. Great article. I saw the humble beginnings of this eatery as a college student and having lived in Dvo all my life. Now that I'm the the workaday world, it's still my favorite place to have dinner. In fact I just had Biryani Chicken this evening. =)

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