Curries and Kababs.
Kabob Hut is a real hole in the wall restaurant located near Main and 49th. The lamb kabob and chicken tikka is great. You can see the cooks placing the meat on the skewers and cook them in a tandoor. It reminds me of rural India. We also ordered chai (tea) along side with the dishes and it was very good and well priced. This is a great takeout place. There are a few tables inside and next door the owner has an eating area as well but the ambiance is not good. A definite must try!
this is just a hole in a wall restaurant. but the food is awsome.
This is so far the best kabab's ever. the food is amazing. The daal,and the chicken curry is good. and very few times it is packed with people. and they are kind of fast. and the naan is always fluffy and hot
I went there yesterday with my girlfriend and as alwayss I love their seekh kababs (beef). Their chicken karahi rocks too. I have no complaints with the food, however the place should be more hygienic. So take out is better than eating in as the owner will try to talk to you and then I hate playing u peep I peep while I am eating.
The food here is very good and the owner who takes the orders himself is very polute, he has a very good sense of humour. My SO got some lamb kabab and said it was delicious. So did some other friends who took home chicken tikka.
Except for dal (lentils) there's unfortunately nothing vegetarian.
His bread (naan) is good too.
My previous experiences with the restaurants at 49th and Main have been disappointing -- bland and uninspired food. Kabab Hut is a welcome change -- as long as you're interested in takeout and in non-vegetarian choices. While the service is friendly this, as other reviewers have commented, is most certainly a hole-in-the wall. My modus operandi has now become to get some of the excellent meat choices to go, buy some Indian vegetables in the nearby grocery stores, return home to cook the vegetables and enjoy a meat and vegetable balanced meal!
Great Kababs and Curries. So far I've had the Nihari (beef Stew), chicken curry, tandoori chicken, Sheesh kabob. All the dishes come with either rice or naan, sauce and some salad.
The food is great, cooked by a few women it the kitchen. Hardly any seating, the bathroom is down right nasty. No service really. You have to get your own utensils and plates - foam that are sitting on a high table.
Its definitely worth getting take out from here - fresh delicious naan.