4651 N. Kedzie Ave.
While Chicago is just beginning to get its food cart revolution going, Noon-o-Kebab is pretty close to an enclosed food cart. While Noon-o-Kebab has a nice another location is a bare-bones take out affair. We originally intended to go to Semiramis but a 1-hour wait sent us packing. Noon-o-Kebab’s takeout location was right around the corner and was absolutely jumping with takeout orders and deliveries.
The menu at Noon-o-Kebab’s takeout location consisted of a variety of sandiwches and wraps as well as entrees also available at the main location. For a quick bite on the run we ordered the koubideh, a classic Iranian snakc food wrapped in lavash bread (The Chopping Block has a simple beef koubideh recipe). L ordered the Joujeh Koubideh, which was lavash filled with seasoned ground chicken breast, charbroiled tomatoes and a feta-like cheese ($6.95). M ordered a similar wrap but filled with chicken breast. Other varieties of koubideh were available lamb or beef. The decor at the Noon-o-Kebab takeout location was barebones, but the food is no joke, and is great for a taste of Persia on the go.