Jun 232008
 
The salmon kabob melts in your mouth. And there's no skewer in sight!

The salmon kabob melts in your mouth. And there's no skewer in sight!

Semiramis has long been top in our book for Middle Eastern cuisine. So how does its neighbor Noon-O-Kabab compare? With a more meat-focused menu, it’s certainly a different kind of dining experience. But whenever I’m hungry and happen to be hopping off the Brown Line at Kedzie, I’ll be torn. That’s because both restaurants “got game.”

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Show Notes:
00:00 – 02:11 Wishing for expandable stomachs
02:12 – 03:03 Starter baselines
03:04 – 06:26 Trying what they’re famous for… kabobs! (And dill rice!)
06:27 – 08:18 Ambiance, location, and convenience
08:19 – 09:17 Room for something sweet
09:18 – 10:04 Points of comparison — you can’t go wrong
10:05 – 10:33 Comments on service
10:34 – 12:29 Ratings and sign-off

Noon-O-Kabab
4661 N Kedzie Ave
(773) 279-8899
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Bridget’s Noon-O-Kabab Ratings Tammy’s Noon-O-Kabab Ratings
Food Quality 5 5
Value 5 5
Service 4 4
Ambiance 4 4
Overall 9 9

Average price per person: $25

Save room for baklava. It's the perfect finish to the meal.

Save room for baklava. It's the perfect finish to the meal.

  3 Responses to “Noon-O-Kabab Chicago Bites Podcast #110”

  1. Dang it! It’s 7:30 in the morning and I can already conceive of wrapping my mouth around a kabob and some baklava.

  2. Semiramis is not Persian, it’s Lebanese.

  3. We wondered about that since they serve very similar things. Maybe Middle Eastern is a better catch-all for these places? Thanks for the correction.

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