STAY AWAY. We were eager to try Tabeer, having tried all of the Indian restaurants in the area and were excited to try Pakistani cuisine. It is behind a shopping area of a few stores, so after turning around once, we found it. I have to say, it does not rank high in the cleanliness department, and I think it also doubles as a clothing store or tailor. The buffet items were covered with chipped and broken lids, under which I wish I would have checked before grabbing a plate. There were several cafeteria dishes filled with oil and bones. There were old pieces of tape stuck above each with a magic marker describing "mutton" or "beef". Let me tell you, we are fairly certain that the "beef" was very hard liver. I was looking for some vegetarian options, and was seriously let down. One of the offerings was a bag of Birds Eye frozen veggies complete with freezer burned lima beans - this was offered again as another veggie option only they put rice in the dish. The third option was canned green beans with potatoes, and lastly green mushy -- really mushy okra. I was sent to the salad bar for onions or canned peaches. My friend tried the hard liver, and I the canned green beans. After confirming that the food was worse tasting than it looked, we decided to leave in under 10 min. Despite the fact that we had each taken the equivalent of an ice cream scoop we were charged full price for both buffets. My coat was still cold we had been there shortly. I guess enough said you get the point.
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