I came by for the banner advertised $6.95 kabob lunch buffet today but it was suddenly UNavailable. The regular menu prices is pricey but I ordered anyway just to support a new local biz during the recession. For $9.50, I didn't expect the portion to be so skimpy...one chicken skewer, some rice, and SIX pieces of french fries all on a plate only 4" wide. It tasted even worse...there was no taste. The kabob was juicy but left no taste in my mouth and no charbroiled flavor. My partner order the kabob cajun-spiced and that, too, was bland. There was no yogurt or sauce to go with the meat. How do you open a kabob restaurant and turn out such crappy kabobs (which isn't hard to make) is truly mystifying. The owners should visit Helmand in Cambridge or the Halal Cart next to the Hilton in Times Square to experience what tasty kakobs should be like.