A New Afghan Restaurant From the Family Behind Bistro Aracosia Comes to Georgetown – Washingtonian

Afghania opened on March 5 after years of delays. Photograph by Sofia Masroor. The Masroor family already rules DC’s crowded Afghan food scene: Sofia Masroor and her three daughters, Taliha, Iman, and Zainab, run Bistro Aracosia in Palisades, Aracosia McLean, and Springfield’s Afghan Bistro. This month, the woman-run Afghan empire expanded again. The Masroors opened

New Afghan Restaurant Opens in Georgetown | Georgetown DC – Explore Georgetown in Washington, DC – Georgetown

Afghania, a new restaurant that explores the rich flavors of Afghan cuisine that date back to the early 1800s, is now open at 2811 M St NW. The menu features smoked meats, exotic spices, and savory vegetables. Our top picks are the potato and leek turnovers, lamb and beef tenderloin, and spicy chicken Shinwari Karahi.

Where to Dine: Emran Restaurant & Market | Food & Cooking | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander | News … – Inlander

   Young Kwak photos” class=”uk-display-block uk-position-relative uk-visible-toggle”> click to enlarge Young Kwak photos Nasrollah Mohammadi was a young child when he left Afghanistan to flee the Soviet-Afghan War in the 1980s. At the end of last year, Mohammadi and his wife, Samira, opened Emran Restaurant & Market on Division Street, just south of Indiana Avenue.

Knoxville restaurant started by Afghan refugee sets grand opening date – WATE 6 On Your Side

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A new restaurant started by an Afghan refugee coming to Knoxville’s Marble City Market will soon celebrate its grand opening. Rom’s House will celebrate its grand opening on Sunday, February 4, inside the food hall located at historic Regas Square after a soft opening in late January. The new eatery will

Concord restaurant news: Try an Afghan burger, kabab or pulau at Kunduz Kabab – The Mercury News

Kebabs made with chicken, lamb and beef are available at Kunduz Kabab, a new Afghan restaurant in Concord. (Courtesy Getty Images) Concord’s new Kunduz Kabab restaurant opened recently on Clayton Road, offering traditional dishes from Afghanistan and Central Asia, says owner Amanullah Makhdomi. You’ll find marinated lamb tikka kebabs ($17) served with naan, as well

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