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Little Kabab Station

February 13, 2011

I just had lunch at the Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco. Now I was a little hesitant at first because I really haven’t had any good Indian food (outside of NYC) in a long time. I was met by the owner Bonnie Saran and her wait staff Shreya Hajela and Dawood Sattar.























The place is cozy, warm and welcoming. I immediately noticed the very interesting and decorative wooden planks on the walls. Bonnie told me that they were from buses in India. Often they have messages scribbled on them much like the graffiti found on subway trains. Bonnie said that they generally say things like “If you have an evil eye I hope you crash” Of course the messages on the ones in the restaurant are positive ones.

When you walk into the Kabob station you are immediately greeted by the aroma of spices and what is currently being grilled in the clay ovens. My olfactory senses were on overload, I couldn’t wait to try something. Bonnie started me off with a succulent, skewered lamb chop over rice and her signature salad on the side. Her lovely niece served me a cup of Indian Tea. For someone who doesn’t venture often from Lipton Tea I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I took a few things home for my daughter who gave the food two thumbs up and immediately texted her friends to come over and try the food. One of her favorites was the Bombay Frankie Roll.

Wilson Orrego said that he had never eaten Indian food before but he thought the place was” great”. I asked him how he knew what to order if he had never eaten Indian food before and he said that Bonnie made some recommendations. That’s one of the many pluses of this place – you don’t have to know anything about Indian food – the staff is happy to make suggestions depending on the level of spice you are comfortable with.

Another customer named Derek Vincent said he passed by the place and decided to give it a try. He said the prices were “awesome” and he liked the “generous portions”. He is a big fan of Indian food and was very happy that the Little Kabab Station opened up in town.

Get down to The Little Kabab Station – you won’t be disappointed.



Here are some things that you should know:

  • The Kabob Station gives generous portions
  • The prices are low but the quality of the food is high
  • They have lunch boxes to go
  • They deliver – just fax orders in by 11:00am
  • They buy their vegetables from local farmers when they can (you know I’m all about buying local!)
  • They have WiFi
  • The packaging they use is compostable (another big plus in my book)
  • They are open 7 days a week for lunch and Dinner

Phone 914-242-7000 Web –

6 Comments leave one →
  1. February 17, 2011 7:07 pm

    I can’t tell you how much I love your blog. After you posted about the new Indian restaurant we just had to try it. And we tried it again and again and again!!! Their food is absolutely tasty and delicious, with just the right amount of ingredients added to each dish.

    We tried so many dishes (Frankie rolls are yummy), but my favorite so far is the Madras Chicken Curry. Dunking my Keema Nan in the curry sauce made the dish worthwhile – and the chicken was a bonus, cooked just right.

    The first time we opted for pick-up and the following time we had them deliver to our home. Deliver was only about 20 minutes. I can’t wait to dine in. If you haven’t tried the Little Kabab Station, go get yourself a nice treat.

    -Denise @ Health Potato

  2. maggie permalink
    April 22, 2011 10:50 pm

    my friend told me that there’s a new Indian restaurant in town. i was skeptical with my past experience so i read customer’s review,so far the reviewers were happy and enjoyed the food. i thought i would give it a try and since then we went twice. i love the cozy, quaint place. the food’s excellent and the price’s friend had chicken korma and i ordered lamb vindaloo, the spices are not overpowering, it’s just right. love the freshly baked Nan..please keep it that way.. and welcome to our town!!!!
    miss skeptical

  3. austin permalink
    April 28, 2011 4:47 pm

    hi my name is austin my mother cara works with the owner bonnie saran the food is magnifesint and great like maggie said its not to pricey and not bad at all my favorite thing there is the mumbai franky roll its un-resistable. please check it out

    • April 28, 2011 6:54 pm

      Hi Austin, Thanks for visiting our site! yes the bombay frankie roll. is to die for! I also love the samosas! yummy!

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