Mobeen has been dishing out Middle Eastern kebabs and Indian curries from its Green Street premises in London’s Newham since 1981. It’s since spawned a baby with its new Leyton branch, but it’s Mobeen’s 30-odd-year reputation that keeps locals and pilgrims coming back to the same place, time and again, for more. It’s the consistency that gets to them – the same mouth-watering blend of flavours and juicy textures that have always been the promise of Mobeen’s.
Probably the best kebab in the world, trumpets Mobeen’s tagline. And they’re
probably right. This modestly qualified statement is a cover for a proud little Middle
Eastern kebab and Indian curry house on Green Street in London’s Newham that
has been dishing out it’s famously flavoursome dishes to regular punters for over 30
years. And we’re talking grown men and women who got their first taste of Mobeen’s
bringing their own kids in for the same treat. Mobeen’s best seller is without a doubt
the Mobeen’s world famous Seekh Kebab, made with minced lamb or chicken
treated to Mobeen’s special, secret blend of spices. The curries are famous too, with
Mobeen’s rich bhuna curries sticking in the minds of satisifed doners as thoroughly
as the rich bhuna sauce sticks to the tender pieces of lamb or chicken.
Londoners living elsewhere than the vicinity of Green Street or Newham need not worry about missing out. Mobeen’s deliver, and they’ve got a sibling outlet in Leyton. For the ambitious, Mobeen’s can also accommodate 250 people in their spacious banqueting hall, just a stone’s throw from Upton Park tube station. The hall is ideal for large groups, weddings, conferences and corporate functions, coming equipped not just with a lavish selection of Mobeen’s best Middle Eastern and Indian dishes but audio and video display systems for a real party.