We really enjoyed our visit. The food is interesting and tasty. The staff is friendly and helpful.
If you're looking for this restaurant, it is directly across Ritchie Hwy from the DMV or MVA. It's not in one of the strip malls, but separate, right next door to the Day's Inn.
One of us got the Dolma Murch which comes with a tasty side of spinach, a whole Tandoori bread, a small container of a flavorful green chutney (chicknee kabob sauce), and rice.
The other got the Vegetarian Dolma, wich is a baby eggplant stuffed with spinach and simmered in a sauce of sun-dried tomatoes. It comes with Tandoori bread, the chicknee kabob sauce, and rice, too, but no side.
They have a Tandoori oven and make the bread fresh. It's got a nice crust and tastes great.
The rice was fairly plain white rice, although the menu said it would be dolled up a bit. White rice isn't my idea of good rice, but most of the world sees that differently. Ayubi's could improve their menu by offering a brown rice.
The chutney, which they call chicknee kabob sauce, contains cilantro, garlic, salt, pepper, raisins, vinegar, and walnuts. We didn't know what to put it on, but it was good on the rice.
If you're talking carnivores with you, they should be happy, too. The meat-eaters we talked to loved their meals.
The setting is more like a fast food restaurant than a sit down restaurant, but it's pleasant enough. It'd be great if they could create a quieter table area. The kitchen seems to be very large and not as simple as the usual fast food place.
I've given this a five. It's not a Michelin Five-Star restaurant, obviously, but within its class it is quite good, especially in regard to the food's quality and flavors, which is what I care about most.
We'll be back! It's amazing how Glen Burnie has changed!