A downtown favorite nudged out by the Downtown Project has resurfaced on the eastside with an expanded menu. Halal-certified Kabob Korner has debuted two doors down from Mint Indian Bistro and across the street from The National Atomic Testing Museum.
As Eater Vegas revealed, the 1,110-square-foot space with room for 27 offers booth and table seating, while the number of Mediterranean, Indian, Pakistani and American dishes on the menu have increased. Kabob Korner currently also offers a $9.99 lunch buffet from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The full menu ranges from their famed "pocket pitas" and kabobs, to meats from a tandoori oven, goat korma, "BBQ shrimp skewers," the half pound "Knock Out Burger" and their own spin on "Mediterranean fusion Chinese." They've also increased their dessert menu, adding items like pistachio kulfi and Bengali rasgulla .
Opening hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
On Fremont Street, the original Kabob Korner space and neighbor Uncle Joe’s Pizza have been demolished to make way for Flippin' Good Burgers and Shakes from the original owners of the Triple George, Keith Grossman and Andrew Donner. An opening date has yet to be revealed.