Category Archives: Kabab Mahaleh


As the men continuously bake fresh sangak (sesame flatbread) and a woman argues vehemently in Farsi with someone behind the counter, The Monster peruses the pictures of the menu at Glat kosher restaurant Kabab Mahaleh and tries to decide what he’ll be eating.  BBQ salmon or chicken kobideh? Salad or spread?

Brightly done up in reds and yellows with traditional photographs of men preparing sangak along the walls, Kabab Mahaleh is a local stopping off point for the large Persian community to eat, kibbutz and take home the fresh baked bread in huge rolls.

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