House of Kabob's Persian Rice: The Lake Forest and Irvine Treat

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 10, 2009
Rice-IranianHouse of KabobNs sublime Persian rice used to be just a Lake Forest treat, but now itNs in Irvine, too Is there any starch more glorious than Persian rice? At House of Kabob, itNs loose, free-flowing like sand in an hourglass, and...
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