Kind of hole in the wall and the service can be a bit slow but the food was delicious. Chicken kebab is very good and so is their Naan.
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Sameem is the only Afghani restaurant in Saint Louis. Located in a popular part of town, near the Botanical Gardens. The food is more than delicious, it's suburb. The ambiance of the restaurant is very simple, doesn't represent the quality and taste of food they...More
Everytime we come to St. Louis (about once a year) we make it a point to visit Sameem's. The food is wonderful and authentic. For those unfamiliar with Afghan food, it brings together flavors and ingredients familiar to Middle Eastern, Indian, and Persian cuisine, but...More
While the food was not as tasty as I would have hoped, there were enough vegetarian options for me and my friend to enjoy a good meal and a great conversation. The meals are good value, and our waitress even brought out complimentary chai when...More
Having never tasted Afghan cuisine before, I was intrigued to see this restaurant in The Grove neighborhood. It's a short walk from the hotel (Home2Suites). I ordered the Vegetarian Plate consisting of Eggplant and Potato Boorani, Spinach, and Basmati Rice; and Hummus and a Pashtoon...More
Simple decoration, friendly service and tasty food- very reasonably priced. We had a middle eastern feast-consisting of Hummus, Falafel a salad and amazing eggplants. For entrees we had a chicken beriani and "the emperor's kebabs served with a mountain of tasty basmati rice. It was...More
It was a year since I went, but this is one the restaurants I still remember eating at! Definitely will come back the next time I'm in the area!
Very bad experience. We were driving from Chicago to St Louis on 25th March 2017 , hungry and searching for halal food. Saw good reviews for this restaurant and stopped by for to go. Ordered Karahi Chicken and didn't check the packed food considering faith...More
Reasonably priced food that looks and tastes authentic! Probably not the place to impress your date aesthetically, but a unique option if you're both feeling adventurous. The mixed grill offers a good sampling of meats, without the risk of committing to one. The serving staff...More
Visited for lunch on a Sunday. The restaurant is much larger than it seems from the front. I had the Afghani Muntoo, which is similar to beef ravioli, but with Middle Eastern spices. We also ordered the hummus which was very good. The staff was...More