Philadelphia's South Street - Sansom Kabob, moved from subterranean Center City digs to a sunlit corner comes with plenty of perks for this family-run Afghan eatery. Expertly grilled kebobs and fluffy pilafs are now enjoyed in a bright BYOB with plenty of window seats.
A local Afghani restaurant bringing the original Afghan cousin from the core of Afganistan. Originally opened on October 2nd, 2002 on 1526 Sansom St. for 14 years. Then moved to 1300 South Sreet the current location. Sansom's creates gourmet food that you can enjoy at the restaurant or in Afghanistan. With many speical dishes from bread to main courses. with recipies passed down from the chef's great great grandfather from his bakery in Afghanistan. Which was passed down through the generations till Sansom's current chef, brought it over to the South Street restaurant - Sansom Kabob Website
1300 South Street, (215) 751-9110, sansomkabobhouseonsouth.com
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