Kababchi Grill in San Antonio, TX

About Kababchi Grill

Kababchi Grill was first opened in San Antonio by a Lebanese entrepreneur in spring of 2003. Designed after the ever-popular Hookah cafes in the Mediterranean, the concept of Kababchi Grill was relatively new to San Antonio. In its early days of operation, Kababchi Grill only offered flavored tobacco for its famous Hookah and an assortment of teas, coffees, fruit smoothies, and sodas.

Patrons watched games on the big screen TV while others chatted and smoked Hookahs. In December 2003, its present owner, who came from a family of restaurant owners, acquired the Café. Abdulmajeed soon changed the menu to include salads, appetizers, sandwiches and plates as well as 20 flavors of Tobacco. In February 2004, The San Antonio Current raved about our Chicken Shawerma Plate, falafel, savory pastries and baklawa.

What our customers say…

  • review rating 3  Excellent flavors in all the dishes we tried. Thus far the best Humus and garlic spread in San Antonio. The wait staff is kind of green in terms of service flow and speed but they are freindly and pleasant. What I loved the most (besides the great food) was the variety of cultures of the people I saw on this 1st visit. I will surely keep coming back...

    thumb Francisco Martinez
  • review rating 4  This is a hidden gem. So many times I've passed it by not realizing what a delicious food experience I was missing. The atmosphere is unique & welcoming. The service was good & the food absolutely delightful. My wife & I will be returning.

    thumb Joe Gonzalez
  • review rating 5  Kabachi Grill catered at the 2nd International Refugee Night dinner recently for 200 people, and they did an amazing job. Their beef and chicken kabobs were savory, and their hummus, grilled vegetables and rice was superb. Their service, as always, was courteous and over-the-top professional. Thanks for the amazing job again!

    thumb brighterxthanxsun .
  • review rating 3  Good service....nice decor. The food? Well....I am guessing the owner has a stake in a salt mine or maybe just has it out for chicken. Beef was decent and the rice was good if not inspired. Price is inline with most restaurants of this type but with less sides (most give you 2 but here only 1). If you're hungry and in the area you could do worse, but with minimal drive time you could get better.

    thumb Blanders McFlanders
  • review rating 4  Food was very good different from what I normally eat but i liked it and will go back again. Service needed something. Didn't bring water right away. Still the food was very good. Atmosphere was nice and facility was clean.

    thumb Gerry Gerard


500 Babcock Rd Ste. 102
San Antonio, TX 78240

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