It’s a very cozy place with pretty well-done interiors and a theme of orange and black. Some cool show pieces to check out. They also have a large projector above the entrance which played latest music videos.
We got some fresh juices which were very well presented. We got ourselves an orange and the pomegranate. Both were refreshing!
We had no idea they served chaats. The Dahi Puri was crunchy and tasty as it can be!
We just had to order the Seekh kabab roll for the nostalgia! Please note that they serve it in 3 different types of bread. I got the puri paratha, the most sinful of all.
We ordered a hot sizzling plate of Mix grill which had the juiciest mutton and chicken kababs. It also had Afghani tikka, chicken boti, and lamp chops. The portion is quite generous.
For the gravy, we got a butter chicken which had pieces of grilled chicken. Loved the creamy gravy!
Kabab rolls also serve vegetarian dishes. We got to try their Aloo palak. It had a very homely taste to it and goes well with the parathas.
Special shout out to the Naan. It was crisp on the outside and soft inside. One of the best I’ve tried and been hunting for such bread in UAE for long, so mission accomplished!
A Biryani is a must when you visit a desi restaurant. It was not bad at all and if you are in the mood of some rice than kababs then we’d definitely recommend the Biryani.
We also tried the Chicken boti rolls and Bihari kabab in regular paratha but we prefer it in the puri paratha. This one is the healthier choice, though!
The Kheer was a special recipe of the owner’s mom. It was indeed special and we loved it. Not overly sweet and had a thick texture.
Kabab Rolls is serving a really good and well-rounded menu which also gives quality and price! We enjoyed mostly all the dishes and wouldn’t mind popping by if in the area. They also have delivery!