Many interesting dishes, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Helpful staff. Recommend pumpkin dish especially.
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We were fans of Faryab and were disappointed when it closed. The recently reopened restaurant is in the same place and has the same menu and decor. Very happy to see one of our regular places open again. Lamb, pumpkin, and spinach all still excellent....More
Charming atmosphere, delicious entrees and appetizers, and terrific wait staff If you like kebobs, they have several varieties...all great
They were expecting a large group, so we were seated in a back corner. The waitress was friendly and helpful, and the service was quick. We ordered the eggplant appetizer, which was very good. Having read the TripAdvisor reviews, we ordered lamb, spinach, and pumpkin....More
The tasty dishes are unique...the lamp on a skewer or pieces in quabili (ahead of brown rice, carrotts and raisins) are my favorites of the meat dishes, but the Kaku (pumpkin) exceeds even these by children parents and grandparents (I am one). You can't go...More
I cannot vouch for the authenticity, but every time I've visited, I've been impressed both by the quality of the food and the service. The owner/manager seems to be always on-site, and he is prompt to address any concerns or confusion. The pullao is fantastic,...More
Excellent food, good service, an involved and enjoyable owner, and quiet enough to be able to converse without shouting. When we just feel like "going out", this is usually where we go.
My friends and I went there for dinner and we ordered a variety of different dishes. Everything was tasty with nice touch of Afghan flavors. The service was friendly and the place was inviting.
My husband and I have been dinning at Faryab for years. We usually get their chicken/lamb kebab. I am from Middle-East; I should tell you, I have never had kebab this good. The prices are very reasonable and the staff are friendly. The owner has...More
Invited to meet an old friend at an Afghan Restaurant, I was appreheensive out of ignorance. This pleasant storefront restaurant in the middle of a "restaurant row" on Cordell Ave in Bethesda, was nearly empty when we arrived at 8, but filled quickly. Waiting for...More