My shawarma cravings struck again. And this time while we are on our way somewhere. It was around lunch time and we didn’t have one at home. It’s a good thing we were passing by West Ave. peanutbutter♥ asked me if I wanted to try Mister Kabab. Odd as it may sound, this is my first time to try this restaurant. I know that it exists and that they have delicious shawarma, I’ve read a lot of reviews about it, and it’s definitely not that far from where we live but somehow I wasn’t able to give this place a visit. Well, better late than never.
The place wasn’t air-conditioned but is well ventilated. peanutbutter♥ ordered the Sizzling Keema with Eggplant (₱105) which was served with pita bread, a tomato and cucumber salad, and gravy.
To satisfy my cravings, I ordered their Beef Shawarma Sandwich (₱80), of course!
Ykaie wanted beef and rice to we ordered the Beef (Mix) Chelo Kabab (₱120) for her. It was served with rice and a slice of butter, grilled beef strip, grilled ground beef strip and grilled tomato! I had to share some with Ykaie. The buttered rice was very rich. The beef strips were cooked just right and were still juicy. It’s supposed to be partnered with their garlic sauce but Ykaie preferred to eat it without the sauce.
Here’s a selfie from her phone…
Now, let’s move on to the sweeter part of our meal — desserts! This was actually a surprise to me. I didn’t know that Mister Kabab has some really nice desserts.
We ordered two kinds of Baklava, Pistachio and Walnut which costs around ₱80. Both are crisp flaky, and nutty!
We also ordered Blueberry Cheesecake but I accidentally poured water on it when I accidentally knocked over my glass. We managed to salvage the top part by scraping and eating it.
Their Tiramisu was served beautifully complete with a pink ribbon that holds the ladyfingers in place.
It was a happy lunch for us.
Mr. Kabab is located at 95 E, Quezon Avenue, West Avenue, Quezon City 1104