Mahtab Saraf carries on a culinary tradition that her family established in 1969 in Mashad, Iran. She spent 12 years running Kashcool Kitchen in Vancouver before relocating to a Woodland Hills strip mall in 2014. Now the restaurant, named for a traditional Persian carrying case, features a plant-lined patio with a bright yellow roof, as well as a dining room with an elaborate 3-D mural that Saraf’s husband carved to tell the story of Kouroush and the first Kingdom of Iran. Saraf’s kebab skills soon may be just as legendary. Filet Mignon Chenjeh Kabob ($20) features 12-ounces of skewered filet mignon kabob that are marinated with onion, saffron and proprietary spices. Juicy flame-licked beef chunks come with grilled tomato and saffron basmati rice—unless you upgrade your rice for $3 (we recommend the sour cherry rice with fried onion).
|Venue name:||Kashcool Kitchen||Contact:|
20929 Ventura Blvd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-9:30pm|
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