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Bahar is New York's best Afghan restaurant, located on Kensington's hopping Pakistani strip. The pumpkin turnovers can't be beat, and neither can the homemade noodles with kidney beans and yogurt. Added bonus: The kebabs are cooked over real charcoal.
While we tend to think of the cuisine as relentlessly meaty, Afghan restaurants are actually good places for vegetarians. Try the bolani kadu at Bahar Shishkebab House, a flaky pumpkin pastry scented with cardamom: One bite and you're hooked.
Bolani kadu is a delicious, plate-sized pumpkin turnover cut into wedges and served with herbed yogurt. For an Afghani restaurant, Bahar Shishkebab House has a surprising number of other vegetarian dishes, including homemade noodles dressed with yogurt and kidney beans. More »
The stretch of Coney Island Avenue that runs through Ditmas Park marks the culinary center of the city's thriving Muslim community, packed with more restaurants serving halal meat than any other district. Their fronts emblazoned with Arabic or... More »
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