Session Rd., Baguio, Benguet
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Mediterranean food covers a lot of delicious territories, and Baguio's Kebab Konner has more dishes from a plethora of countries in the Mediterranean region than any Mediterranean restaurants here.
Opened just this past June, this friendly, cozy spot in the center of the city's ever so famous Session Road serves Indian cuisine. The owner(s) take pride in offering authentic Indian-style cuisine, with some of the best Middle Eastern food flavors. I strongly believe Kabob Konner serves the best kebab koobideh in Baguio, along with truly excellent Middle Eastern chicken, lamb and vegetarian platters, plus traditional appetizers and salads that are substantial and full of flavor.
Take for instance their lamb rogan josh (shown above); a slow-cooked aromatic and succulent Kashimiri stew, reminiscent of kaldereta, is sure to please your palate with its robust flavors of varied spices. (₱420)
Another is their chicken koobideh; a Persian favorite consisting of two flavorful flat, but thick seasoned charbroiled strips of tender and juicy minced chicken, served with a side of charbroiled tomato. (₱250)
Yet another great dish on the menu, which was my favorite, is their palak paneer, a thick, rich North Indian dish composed of puréed spinach curry, seasoned with garlic, chilies and other traditional Indian spices that's smothered over cubes of cottage cheese. (₱350)
Since Mediterranean cuisine is made of a conglomerate of countries, each dish is distinct from whence they came. Though quite pricy, Kebob Konner's entrées will certainly open all the senses of the untrained food lover. The price is very well worth the gastronomic experience. With all the various spices from the east, no wonder Mediterranean cuisine is a favorite amongst most.
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