Kazam Kebab House
Boxpark, 73 Blk. 2 Lot 28 Congressional Ave. Ext., Quezon City, Metro Manila
- 4 Reviews
- 18 Recommend
- 4 Reviewers
- Middle Eastern
₱45 - ₱190
More Business Info
- Take Out:
- Outdoor Seating:
- Lunch, Dinner
- Waiter Service:
- Good for Groups:
Most Recent Reviews
My husband is a lover of Middle Eastern food. So when we went to Box Park, he went straight to Kazam and ordered Beef Kebab with Pita bread.
Giving it 4 stars because he said he loved it, though he didn't give me a chance to taste it.
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First time trying this stall's food and I have to say I liked it. Hummus is a fave of mine and I could eat it forever. That and warm pita
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I was supposed to be just resting yesterday, but I figured I wasn't driving and it wasn't far from my house... My bf was my accomplice!
So we got here at around 4pm and I was hungry already because I haven't had lunch yet... Only half of the stores were open at this time... I wanted something a bit filling so I chose to try Kazam... They offer Mediterranean food in the form of shawarma, falafel, and kebabs...
I ordered one of their speedy specials, the beef kebab wrap... Speedy because it takes them about 5 mins to prepare it... They said that the meat are prepped beforehand, but they will only cook it once you order...
We got to go around BoxPark while waiting for the food... When it was served, it was on a wooden platter and very neatly packed with a plastic cover so that the juices wouldn't spill... They served in with a white and red sauce on the side... They food tasted okay, the beef didn't taste like it had a lot of spices... It really needed the white sauce and a bit of heat... It wasn't bad for P85... Servers were nice!
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Had their shawarma comprised of beef, tomatoes, cucumbers and onions in a pita wrap. I paid about 85 pesos for it, which was a fair price. They serve white sauce and hot sauce in squeeze bottles on the side. The shawarma tasted pretty ordinary, had to drown it in the white sauce.
The stall also offers shawarma rice meals, kebabs, etc. Typical Persian food fare.
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