I went with my friend and we shared the Horsemen' Platter. After reading the reviews here saying that the platter was even big enough for 3, I figured with 2 people we can share the platter for sure. We are not that big of an eater but after finishing the food we both felt that there wasn't enough to fill us.
I expected more than one kebab for each type of food. There was only one chicken kebab, one lamb kebab, one cabbage roll, one baked eggplant piece, a bigger piece of lamb shoulder and a small bit of rice. I thought since it said 2 people there might be two of each. There were, however, a lot of pakawras nicely placed around the dish. From the many reviews here, everyone seem to enjoy the pakawra but I didn't find it that special. It was just really hard and chewy fried potato. The chicken breast kebab wasn't dry, in fact, it was nice and juicy.
The appetizer was pretty decent. I enjoyed the dip with the pita bread. We also ordered the dough (yogurt salty drink) and the afghan tea. Maybe we are not used to the dough drink, it was just way too salty to be a drink for us.
I really enjoyed the atmosphere of the afghan room. It was different and it gave the feeling that you are in some in afghanistan place, a really good way to enjoy the afghan culture.
The service was good. The waiter was really nice and attended to us whenever we needed something.
Overall, the food was okay but I don't think it's worth the price with what you get. I don't think I would go again. You can maybe get the same kind of food in some greek place without having to pay such a hefty price. It's good for the first try and do get the afghan room.