One of a few really good places to eat in El Dorado Hills. My daughter and I always order the same thing, the beef shammi kabobs with brown rice, spinach and pumpkin puree. You also get some yummy warm flatbread with dip. It's well priced during lunch and a little higher for dinner, but the quality of food is well worth it. The ambiance in the restaurant is cozy with turkish rugs throughout and calm lighting. The owner is very sweet and doesn't bother you with conversation or to plug his business. If you like authentic Afghan cuisine, come here. We're going to miss their food when we leave California.