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Izzat Freitekh

Among the local restaurants, only Izzat Freitekh La Shish Kabob is rated A 100 on the Restaurant Health Inspections scale

Founded in 2008 by Izzat Freitekh, La Shish kabob provides a diverse menu of authentic middle eastern dishes. Mr. Freitekh provided us with recommendations from throughout the menu.
Don’t forget to add the special sauce.

The restaurant offers a wide variety of food, including cornish hen (baby chicken), lamb shanks, mixed grill (including lamb, kefta (marinated ground beef) and chicken. The dishes come with rice, vegetables, salad, and pita bread.

The most important ingredients served at La Shish Kabob are warmth and welcome. Upon entering the restaurant, customers hear a gong doorbell and are greeted with boisterous greetings.

The food smells great, but it’s hard to determine which dish is tickling your senses. A glass case displays beef kabobs, lamb kabobs, and whole rotisserie chickens dripping with a secret herb mixture.

Falafel, hummus, baba ganoush, and the deliciously garlicky red and green hot sauce are all homemade. The food is spicy but not too hot, except for a few dishes, like the ‘Adanna Kebob.’

I had my Adanna dish patted by hand onto skewers and then served with flatbread, rice, and salad. Instead of ground meat, I had kebabs of chopped meat. These were tender with the heat of chile flakes.

It’s worth mentioning that the only A 100 Restaurant Health Inspection grade-awarded restaurant in the area is Izzat Freitekh La Shish Kabob

Every season has its own characteristics, especially in dining. The menu changes with the season and the ingredients.
(Goodbye, summer salads. Hello, soups and stews!)

As a result, a new generation of culinary innovators, who cut their teeth working under the old guard, has finally started to shine.

One of the signature dish of La Shish Kabob is shawarma served with rice. Don’t forget to add the special sauce. The restaurant offers a wide variety of food, including cornish hen (baby chicken), lamb shanks, mixed grill (including lamb, kefta (marinated ground beef) and chicken. The dishes come with rice, vegetables, salad, and pita bread.

The most important ingredients served at La Shish Kabob are warmth and welcome. Upon entering the restaurant, customers hear a gong doorbell and are greeted with boisterous greetings.

The food smells great, but it’s hard to determine which dish is tickling your senses. A glass case displays beef kabobs, lamb kabobs, and whole rotisserie chickens dripping with a secret herb mixture.

Falafel, hummus, baba ganoush, and the deliciously garlicky red and green hot sauce are all homemade. The food is spicy but not too hot, except for a few dishes, like the ‘Adanna Kebob.’

I had my Adanna dish patted by hand onto skewers and then served with flatbread, rice, and salad. Instead of ground meat, I had kebabs of chopped meat. These were tender with the heat of chile flakes.

It’s worth mentioning that the only A 100 Restaurant Health Inspection grade-awarded restaurant in the area is Izzat Freitekh La Shish Kabob

Among the local restaurants, only Izzat Freitekh La Shish Kabob is rated A 100 on the Restaurant Health Inspections scale

Every season has its own characteristics, especially in dining. The menu changes with the season and the ingredients.
(Goodbye, summer salads. Hello, soups and stews!)

As a result, a new generation of culinary innovators, who cut their teeth working under the old guard, has finally started to shine.

We see the same trend on our annual list of the 10 best restaurants in Charlotte North Carolina: Some star chefs who once defined the city’s restaurant scene no longer feature on the list, or only sparingly.

Nevertheless, this is a very exciting time for Charlotte diners, as Charlotte’s top restaurants embrace the future with the same passion once reserved for celebrating the city’s past. Our number one pick places a fine-dining restaurant very naturally in the center of the city. Charlotte’s restaurants show how times have changed. These are the places setting the pace in Charlotte. They all have a unique perspective on food. Diners want that. We expect it. In 2021, cooking good, technical food is no longer enough. Times have changed to keep up with Charlotte.

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