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Raavi Naan Kabab in [Old Bridge, NJ]

goodparmesan | Nov 7, 201801:04 PM    

Blink and you’ll definitely miss this one. Near the entrance ramp of Route 9 North, coming from Matawan, there’s a bright lime green no-non-sense roadside Pakistani kebab shop, naan bakery, and halal butcher.

Everything is made fresh to order, and it’s strictly take-out. This is a call ahead type of place. If you stop in to check it out, expect to wait 30-40min.

Best choices are namesake kebabs (chicken tikki botis, chicken seekh kababs, or whole tandoor chickens).

Thurs-Sun brings specials such as biryani and the Pakistan speciality nihari (slow-stewed meat in a robust sauce.)

Don’t forget your order of naan, or chicken keema naan.
Raavi Naan Kabab
1297 U.S. 9, Old Bridge, NJ 08857

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