Chaman Kabob Restaurant in Brentwood celebrated its two year anniversary yesterday and as part of their celebration they wanted to give back to the community. Their event raised over $400 which was donated to the Brentwood Police Activities League.
The celebration was highlighted with a 5-pound Kabob eating contest where three participants competed to see who could finish their food first—or the most within a half hour.
Former Brentwood Police Officer Roger Wilson won the event eating Wilson finished the contest by eating 2.8 lbs. The other two contestants respectfully completed 1.5 lbs and 1lb.
“We feel great to be able to give back to the community as part of our anniversary celebration! Two years is wonderful to be able to work with family we cherish every day and feel blessed! We will continue to celebrate for many years to come and continue to give back to our community,” said Nazanin “Naz” Fazli.
The Chaman Kabob Restaurant offers authentic Afghan dishes which include kabobs, vegetarian dishes, wraps, and deserts. The food is made fresh daily using old family recipes and some dishes are Afghan fusion. The restaurant is owned by Mezhgan Aryen, Abdullah Fazli, and Nazanin “Naz” Fazli.
Chaman Kabob is located at 5611 Lone Tree Way, Suite 120 in Brentwood. For more information, call 925-634-1454.