Fast lunch !!. the pitas are great for the lighter side of eating, the Beef Kabobs are great! the Greek Salad it fantastic, but the service at this Kabob House has gotten SO bad. Slow, inattentive, and 2 times in a row we had a server roll her eyes at us when we asked for something, like the correct order. She appologised for bringing the wrong dishes to us, but that didn't matter seeing as we had no forks to eat them with anyways. The Lunch time staff if SO much nicer/faster/ and they know how to serve a customer. During Dinner time I have found I think 1 maybe 2 servers that actually gave me what wanted without having to ask for it myself (refill on hot water for tea, extra napkin when mine fell on floor, a FORK). We ask for the same girls each time we go in now...no since taking a gamble. The lunchs are GREAT! A small Gyro Pita is just enough and it is so fast to get!! During my lunch visits it takes maybe 30 minutes tops, from the time I walk in to the time I pay the bill!! It's great! I love the Hummus as well! I would suggest going for that alone!
MMMMMMM..... and MMMMMMMMM!!!! Definately a don't miss.
I am a regular at the Kabob House. Don't get it confused with the Famous Kabob which is also on Fulton. The Kabob House has this wonderful garlic chicken with garlic mayo that keeps me coming back for more. Their homemade hummus is to die for, and their service is wonderful. The ambience is super casual, and the prices are super reasonable. The house sauce is addictive and tastes great over the rice (which is always fresh).
The owner is very friendly and makes you feel welcome. The restaurant is very clean and comfortable. Don't miss this place for great Greek. Its on the corner of Arden & Fulton!
Now this is Greek food!.
I love the Kabob House, it is my favorite Greek restaurant in Sacramento. It is located just north of Arden way in a strip mall. It doesn't look like much from the outside and can often look closed even when it is open, but if you venture inside you won't be dissapointed.
I can get full and satisfied on the small Greek salad and hummus with warm pitas alone. Not to mention the garlic chicken is to die for and the gyros are also very good. Plus if you get too full to eat dessert right away they will package up some sticky sweet baklava to-go!
Beef, chicken, lamb: Try everything in a pita or have it on a kabob. Oh, and the sauce is boss..
You can't cram legions into this little hole in the wall, but whitewashed walls and a mural of a Greek village stave off the feeling of claustrophobia. Violinist Tony Panagos woos weekend diners with wicked renditions of Greek and American love songs. The service can be a bit slow, so the live entertainment helps pass the time.
You'll find all your Greek favorites here: moussaka (Greek casserole), shish kabob, gyros, hummus, spanakopita (phyllo dough filled with spinach and feta), and tzatziki (cucumber, garlic yogurt dip).
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The marinated chicken pita filled with lettuce, tomato and tender meat dressed in tzatziki sauce is lip-smacking good. It takes an iron will not to lick the sauce from your fingertips. We also loved the savory beef shish kabob, which comes with something simply called "house sauce" that tastes like a successful science experiment involving Worcestershire and barbecue sauces.
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