Ovakim Martirosyan and his wife both hail from Armenia, and now run a tiny kabob house on a Glendale side street that offers only three tables. They tend to a long and lean stovetop grill which holds kabobs, tomatoes and peppers. The Mini Kabob Plate ($9.95) features small luleh kebabs crafted in-house with either beef chuck or chicken thigh plus salt, pepper, onion and a special "green plant" that Martirosyan refuses to reveal. Each plate comes with rice, blistered tomato, spicy jalapeño, onion, parsley and sumac salad; a basket of lavash; and a tiny ramekin of garlicky, Aleppo pepper dusted hummus.
|Venue name:||Mini Kabob||Contact:|
313 Vine St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-8pm; Sun 11am-6pm|
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If it's about food we're talking about, this is #1. So if you don't like their dining room, just take it to go :) I love their dining room though, it's like my grandma's and I like their company when I eat, so I just can't stop going back.
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