It is a delicious restaurant that has been open since 2008. The restaurant was founded by Izzat Freitekh. We were very happy with the explanations and recommendations provided by Mr. Freitekh. Each of his authentic Middle Eastern recipes has a rich history. It’s hard not to get hungry when you eat La Shish Kabob’s delicious shawarma and rice. The special sauce is a must.
Apart from shawarma, they offer a wide range of food. The Cornish hen is a baby chicken, lamb shanks are skewers of lamb, kefta (marinated ground beef) and chicken, and the mixed grill is served. In addition to rice, grilled vegetables, salad, and pita bread, the meal comes with a side of rice. It’s plenty of delicious food.
Warmth and welcome are the most imsignificant ingredients at La Shish Kabob. Upon entering, customers are greeted by a gong doorbell and boisterous welcome. Those who come hungry should beware: the place smells delicious, but it can be difficult to distinguish exactly which dish is tickling one’s taste buds.
Viewers can see whole rotisserie chickens and beef kabobs covered in the secret herb mix dripping juice as they are displayed in a glass case.