Nashville has the largest U.S. population of Kurds, with 10,000 expatriates living in Music City. House of Kabob is one of the city’s oldest Persian-Iranian restaurants, where authentic dishes include lamb shank, Cornish hen, Chicken Soltani, and an array of kabobs and gyros. For people looking to try a Kurdish dining experience for the first time, this is an easy option.
House of Kabob
216 Thompson Lane
Our Rating Neighborhood 8th Avenue South, Melrose & Berry Hill Hours Mon–Sat 11am–9pm; Sun 11am–7pm Phone 615/333-3711 Prices Main courses $5–$22 Cuisine Type Kurdish Web site House of Kabob
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