Sorry, wasn’t clear: I’ve been eating tabouli for DECADES. Love the stuff! But I’d never asked for it at this Afghani kebab shop. I had no idea if they even had any.
Even if it weren’t part of their own cuisine, a lot of the Mediterranean/Arabic places in the D/FW Metroplex are really fusion restaurants*, so they might have had it anyway. A lot of the “Geek” places are run by Lebanese families. There’s a lot of crossover from the “Persians” and Ethiopians into Italian cuisine, as well as a bunch of Romanian pizzerias.
* TBF fusion joints of all kinds are all over the Metroplex. Mexican, Chinese and Indian are some of the biggest core crossover cuisines here, with creole on the rise.
Similar here with Arabic/Turkish/Afghani.
That Indo-Nepalese place brdt for curry got the idea from your one.
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Dint think I'm brave enough to try the hare. Haven't tried rabbit since I was a kid.