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Khyber Pass Menu

  • Popular Items

    • Morgh Kabab $12.95 Tender pieces of boneless chicken, marinated in garlic, onions and spices; served with basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Sambosa $5.50 Crispy deep-fried dumpling stuffed with beef, split peas and herbs; with yogurt dip.
  • Beverages

    • Bottled Apple Juice $1.95
    • Bottled Orange Juice $2.25
    • Soda $1.95
    • Dogh $1.95 Natural yogurt drink.
  • Tea

    • Cardamom Tea $1.95
    • Earl Grey Tea $1.75
    • Darjeeling Tea $1.75
    • Pot of Persian Tea $4.95
    • Shir-Chay Tea $5.50 Traditional Afghani tea brewed with milk, sugar, cardamom and rose petals.
    • Mint Tea $1.75
    • Pot of Green Tea $4.95
    • Herbal Tea $1.75
    • House Tea $1.75
  • Coffee

    • Turkish Coffee $1.95
    • Espresso $1.95
    • House Coffee $1.75
  • Appetizers

    • Ashak $5.95 Steamed scallion dumpling topped with yogurt-mint sauce; with or without meat.
    • Badenjan Bouranee $5.95 Sauteed eggplant slices served over a layer of mint yogurt and garnished with fresh coriander; with or without meat.
    • Mantoo $5.95 Steamed dumpling filled with minced beef, onion, herbs and spices; topped with yogurt and meat sauce.
    • Boulanee $5.50 Scallion turnovers; with yogurt dip.
    • Boulanee Kadu $5.50 Turnover filled with spiced pumpkin; with yogurt dip.
    • Boulanee Kachaloo $5.50 Turnovers filled with potatoes, herbs and spices; with yogurt dip.
    • Sambosa $5.50 Crispy deep-fried dumpling stuffed with beef, split peas and herbs; with yogurt dip.
    • Fesenjan $5.95 Sweet and sour tender pieces of boneless chicken flavored with walnuts and pomegranate juice.
    • Hummus $5.50 Chickpea spread topped with olive oil spices and pita bread.
  • Soup

    • Ashe $3.95 Traditional vegetable soup with homemade noodles and yogurt with or without meat.
  • Salads

    • Herb Salad $6.95 Chopped fresh lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and scallions, topped with fresh herbs; with yogurt house dressing.
    • Masto Khiar $4.25 Homemade yogurt with chopped cucumbers and mint.
    • Panir Sabzee $4.95 Fresh mint, basil leaves, watercress, scallions, radishes and feta cheese.
    • Salad Shirazee $4.95 Sliced cucumber, scallions, tomatoes and mint leaves with fresh lemon juice and olive oil dressing.
  • Kababs

    • Barg Kabab $14.95 Tender pieces of fillet mignon, marinated with saffron and other spices, served with white basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. At your request, we will substitute lamb. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Koobida Kabab $12.95 Mildly spiced patties of minced lean beef; served with white basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with long grain basmati rice and home baked Afghani bread.
    • Kabab-e-Sultani Kabab $17.95 One skewer on barg and one skewer of koobideh; served with white basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Morgh Kabab $12.95 Tender pieces of boneless chicken, marinated in garlic, onions and spices; served with basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Joojeh Kabab $12.95 Marinated Cornish game hen; served with white basmati rice and grilled tomatoes. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Shish Kabab $13.95 Bara. Tomatoes, onions and lamb pieces, all on one skewer; served with brown basmati rice topped with raisins, slivered carrots and almonds. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Combination Kabab $20.00 1/2 skewer each of lamb, beef and chicken; served with brown basmati rice and salad. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
    • Choopan Kabab $14.95 Shepherd's kabab. Lamb chops marinated with fresh herbs; served with brown basmati rice topped with raisins, slivered carrots and almonds. Charcoal grilled on skewers and served with home baked Afghani bread.
  • Vegetarian Dishes

    • Kabuli Palow $11.95 Browned basmati rice topped with raisins, slivered carrots and almonds. Served with a choice of spinach, eggplant, kidney beans or pumpkin.
    • Shireen Palow $11.95 Exotic rice dish cooked with orange peels, saffron, almonds and pistachios; served with a choice of spinach, eggplant, kidney beans or pumpkin.
    • Quorma Badenjan $10.95 Eggplant sauteed with onions, green pepper and tomatoes; served with brown basmati rice.
    • Bouranee Badenjan $10.95 Eggplant slices layered over mint yogurt, garnished with fresh coriander.
    • Lubia Palow $10.50 Spicy sauteed red kidney beans with onion and garlic and served with long-grain basmati rice.
    • Sabzee Chalow $10.95 Spicy sauteed chopped spinach, coriander and scallions; served with long-grain basmati rice.
    • Quorma Kadu $10.50 Pumpkin sauteed with onions, tomatoes and spices; served with basmati rice and Afghan bread.
  • Authentic Afghani Pasta Dishes

    • Asheh Keshida $9.50 Homemade noodles in tangy yogurt sauce, drizzled with sauteed garlic and butter.
    • Asheh Keshida Lubia $9.50 Homemade noodles in tangy yogurt sauce, topped with red kidney bean and butter.
    • Asheh Gooshti $9.50 Homemade noodles with yogurt topped with mildly spiced sauce of meat.
    • Mantoo $10.95 Steamed dumpling filled with minced beef, onions, herbs and spices; topped with yogurt and meat sauce.
    • Ashak Dish $10.95 Steamed scallions dumpling topped with minty yogurt sauce; with or without meat.
  • Entrees

    • Quorma Sabzee with Lamb $12.95 Spicy sautee of chopped spinach, coriander and scallions, with morsels of tender lamb. Served with white basmati rice.
    • Kabuli Palow with Lamb $13.95 Browned basmati rice topped with raisins, silvered carrots and almonds; served with tender chunks of lamb.
    • Shireen Palow $13.95 Exotic rice dish cooked with orange peels, saffron, almonds and pistachios, served with charcoal-grilled Cornish game hen.
    • Quorma Badenjan with Lamb $12.95 Eggplant sauteed with onions, green peppers and tomatoes and topped with slices of lamb stew; served with basmati rice.
    • Fesenjan $12.95 Sweet and sour pieces of boneless chicken flavored with walnuts and pomegranate juice; served with white basmati rice.
    • Lowand Chalow $12.95 Tender morsels of boneless chicken sauteed in a savory yogurt sauce seasoned with a special blend of Afghani spices and a hint of tarragon; served with white rice.
    • Quorma Chalow $12.95 Lamb, sauteed with onions and green peppers, served with basmati rice.
    • Badenjan Bouranee $11.95 Eggplant slices layered over mint yogurt, topped with savory meat sauce and garnished with fresh coriander.
    • Lamb Curry $12.95 Pieces of lamb sauteed with onions, green peppers and curry; served with basmati rice.
    • Chicken Curry $12.95 Chicken sauteed with onions, green peppers and curry; served with basmati rice.
  • Traditional Afghani Dinner for 2

    • Traditional Afghani Dinner for 2 $48.00 Two soups, choice of two appetizers, one kabuli palow with lamb, one choice of kabab, Afghani bread, dessert and choice of house coffee or tea.
  • Side Dishes

    • Sabzee Side $5.50
    • Badenjan Side $5.50
    • Lubia Side $5.50
    • Kadu Side $5.50
    • Toorshi Side $2.50 Mixed pickled vegetables.
    • Extra Afghani Bread $2.00
    • Dish of Rice $5.00
  • Desserts

    • Baklava $4.00 Rich layered dessert made with nuts and honey.
    • Firnee $3.95 Rice pudding with pistachios and rose water.

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  • “Authentic afghan food. The salads are delicious as well. ”

    Neelofar

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “I order the same thing every time (morgh kabob) and am very satisfied. True, it does take a little while for food to show up (30-40 mins) but it's good quality”

    Kayvon

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “Fast delivery great food. Way less greasy than anticipated - we didn't even feel guilty about having ordered out. Wonderful tender lamb and we loved the handmade pasta dumplings ”

    Lilly

    9 reviews and 0 orders
  • “Khyber Pass is one of my "go to" kebab places in the East Village and it never fails to disappoint. I've had their Morgh, Koobideh, Sultan-e-kebab and many others and they're all good. It's a bit pricey, but it's pretty comparable to neighboring kebab joints and the food is much better. Make sure to ask or yogurt sauce since they don't give any by default.”

    Amit

    2 reviews and 0 orders
  • “I happened upon this restaurant several years ago and have eaten here off and on ever since. This is the only Afghan restaurant that I have ever been to though I would say the cuisine is very similar to Persian- that is to say, middle eastern flavors such as saffron and rose water, though not overly spicy. Over all, I would say it's one of the better middle eastern restaurants in its neighbourhood and the portions are generous for the prices. The kabobs and lamb dishes I've had have all been quite good though one of my favorite dishes is the pumpkin turnovers.”

    jeremy

    5 reviews and 0 orders
  • “Amazing joojeh kabob (from a Persian)”

    Kayvon

    3 reviews and 0 orders
  • “Stay away!!! The delivery was supposed to be 30-45 minutes and ended up being 2 hours. I called after an hour and they said it was out for delivery. The food (hot dish) arrived absolutely cold, so it was out for an hour and froze on the way. Portion was tiny and not very good either.”

    Serge

    5 reviews and 0 orders
  • “The meat was good, but the rice on the side felt like it was soaked in oil. Quick delivery though. ”

    Simon

    16 reviews and 0 orders
  • “First of all, I was pleasantly surprised when, in the middle of a pouring rainstorm, the food came to me a full half hour earlier than the confirmation email said it would. I didn't know who was at the door, they were so fast! On a whole, the food was really awesome. I totally over ordered -- I thought that a couple of appetizers and an entree would be a good meal because I hadn't eaten all day, but the portions of the appetizers were so enormous that I put my whole entree into the fridge for tomorrow. I had to deduct a star, however, because I ordered the "sambusas" - the fried meat patties - which were just thin, chewy, overcooked triangles of greasy wonton wrappers with absolutely no filling. Those I had to throw out -- they were so horrendous that it was as though they came from a different restaurant entirely. But I would order everything else again, and I'd recommend it. I could even potentially see myself having a craving for a couple of these dishes sometime...”

    Evelyn

    22 reviews and 0 orders
  • “I have never written a review but I had to say something here. Khyber Pass has the worst Persian/Afghan food I have ever tasted in my entire life. All the khoresh (stews) I ordered were disgusting and watery. The bread was not fresh and rice was pathetic. I had a friend over who had never tried Persian/Afghan cuisine so ordered from here b/c it was so close - I was so embarrassed. I threw the whole thing out and took him for sushi. AVOID AT ALL COSTS”

    Cyrus

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “My order was missing a cruacial component. I paid for it and the soup was not there!!! Shame. All other stuff was rather good.”

    Lukas

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “It was mediocre at best. The food was not hot; the rice tasteless, and the lamb tough. I was disappointed. I'd go to Nomad before Khyber Pass for Middle Eastern food. Plus, they gave me plastic knives and forks, which i asked them not to do. Get your act together, guys!”

    linda

    2 reviews and 7 orders
  • “very good food”

    James

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “awful-undercooked chicken dish, heavy fried pumpkin dumplings and stale bread”

    Sophie

    1 reviews and 0 orders
  • “0 stars, terrible delivery, they can't keep their vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that have similar names straight. AVOID!”

    John

    6 reviews and 0 orders
  • “The delivery was on time, and the kebabs I ordered were pretty good. The rice was much better this time.”

    Jennifer

    5 reviews and 0 orders
  • “They took an HOUR AND A HALF to deliver my food. It was cold and ruined when it arrived. I will NEVER order from here again.”

    Ryan

    10 reviews and 0 orders
  • “Wow! Outstanding! I ordered the Barg: (Tender pieces of fillet mignon, marinated with saffron and other spices) It was amazing! You can taste that authentic grilled flavor and the spices are excellent! Plus order the orange rice! It was fantastic what a twist. This dish is a great value. I was very happy with the meat portions for 13.95. Bravo Khyber. I am going to order the same thing tonight!”

    Eric

    2 reviews and 0 orders
  • “This place is great to go in and sit! The staff is very friendly and it holds a calm atmosphere... Good food too!”

    Alexandra

    5 reviews and 0 orders

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Middle Eastern, Afghan, Dinner

Hours

  • Monday 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Tuesday 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Wednesday 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Thursday 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Friday 1:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Saturday 1:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Sunday 1:00 PM - 11:30 PM

917-563-3260

34 St Marks Pl New York, NY

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4:00 PM - 11:30 PM

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