Tuesday, 10 April 2007
Kabob's: Little Eatery Plays Host to Roomy Bathroom
700 Babcock St. NE #37
Palm Bay, FL USA 32905
Where is it?
In the back of the restaurant. Just go straight through the dining room, to the corridor starting at the back wall. Once there, go right and you'll find the bathrooms. (Go left and you'll end up in the kitchen.)
What's it like?
This is a unpretentious Middle Eastern eatery in a mostly Spanish part of Palm Bay. The decor is simple (a few wall paintings of Jerusalem's Old City, some plain tables) and the food is delicious, especially the falafel (some of the best I've had) and the kabobs (of course).
The bathrooms are your of your standard strip-mall variety, with white drywall walls and plain black laminate on the floor, but it's very clean and remarkably roomy. In fact, while I was washing my hands here, my mother called and as we talked my voice echoed so much she asked me if I was in a train station. She didn't believe me when I said I was in a bathroom at a small Middle Eastern restaurant in Palm Bay -- nor did she attempt to get off the phone when I told her this. Sigh.
Marks out of 10:
7. Functional, clean and roomy.
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