One Skewer Chicken Tenders, Marinated with Onion, Oil & Houses Spice served with Basmati Rice and Salad $12.00
Iranian Jūje-kabāb, grilled along tomatoes and peppers
Chicken Kabob, Jūjeh-kabāb (Persian: جوجهکباب, literally grilled chicken) is an Iranian dish that consists of grilled chunks of chicken which are sometimes with bone and other times without bone. This is one of the most common and popular dishes of Iran. It is common to marinate the chunks in minced onion, lemon juice and sometimes saffron.
Sometimes spelled as Joojay kebob, Joojeh kabab. Often served on basmati rice or wrapped in lavash bread, both of which are staples in the Iranian cuisine. The former is more often served in restaurants and elaborate parties such as wedding receptions while the latter is often eaten in domestic settings, kebab joints and picnics or packed for road trips. Other optional components include grilled tomatoes, peppers (grilled or raw), fresh lemons or other vegetables.
In the United States, Chicken Kabob is becoming more popular, especially in cities with Midwestern immigrant communities, such as New York, Chicago, Detroit, Omaha, Seattle, San Diego, and Los Angeles. In contrast, gyros, Considered Greek food, are popular across the U.S., and frequently are found as street carts or mobile stands as fair food as well as at Greek-and Italian-style pizza and sandwich shops like Persian Restaurant Santee that have all of Persian food like a Persian Restaurant in Santee.