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Caspian Special Kabab (Reference: 179286) Dubai

Caspian Special Kabab (Reference: 179286)

Tel: 04-3559997

Category/Detail: Restaurants (Food and Dining) >>> Arabian >>>

Dubai / إمارة_دبي

Address: P.O.Box : 28997, Dubai

Landmark : Opposite Ibrahim Khalil Mosque

Company listed before: Caspian Tading (Tel: 04-2237437) | Company listed after: Caspian Special Kabab (Tel: 04-3559998)

Up to fifteen companies with similar names or scope of business are listed below:

  1. Caspian Emirates - Caspian Emirates FZE,
  2. Caspian Pearl Sea Food - Caspian Pearl Sea Food,
  3. Caspin Pearl Gen Trading - Caspin Pearl Gen Trading (F Z C),
  4. Caspin Pearl Gen Trading (Reference: 52971) - Caspin Pearl Gen Trading (F Z C),
  5. Caspian Group - Caspian Group FZE,
  6. Caspian Int - Caspian Int (FZC),
  7. Caspian International - Caspian International Fzc,
  8. Caspian Trading Co Inc - Caspian Trading Co Inc,
  9. Caspin Pearl Gen Trading (Reference: 152618) - Caspin Pearl Gen Trading (F Z C),
  10. Asia Caspian Engineering Co - Asia Caspian Engineering Co Llc,
  11. Baku Caspian Restaurant & Cafe - Baku Caspian Restaurant & Cafe,
  12. Caspian Chemical Fz Co - Caspian Chemical Fz Co,
  13. Caspian Auto Spare Parts Co - Caspian Auto Spare Parts Co LLC,
  14. Caspian Carpet - Caspian Carpet Llc,
  15. Caspian Chemical Materilas Trading - Caspian Chemical Materilas Trading,

Your Comments:


Anur Tadeskian, (), 02.12.2008 - 03:50
The best kebab place in dubai - try chicken kebab and you will not regret it - they also have somekind of milky dressing you can put on a kebab - make sure you try that as well...

Kebab (also transliterated as kabab, kabob, kibob, kebhav, kephav) refers to a variety of meat dishes in Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, African, Central Asian, and South Asian cuisines, consisting of grilled or broiled meats on a skewer or stick. The most common kebabs include lamb and beef, although others use goat, chicken, fish, or shellfish. Observant Muslims and Jews do not use pork for kebabs because of religious and cultural prohibition, but pork kebabs can be found in Greece and India, especially in the state of Goa. Like other ethnic foods brought by immigrants and travelers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in multicultural countries such as the UK, Germany, Sweden, Australia, Canada, and the United States.