There is great care taken in their preparation. They have two menus: one Afghani and one Persian.
I always have a house tea (a spiced black tea) and start with their Quruti (a flatbread with a yogurt-garlic sauce, walnuts, and olive oil) or their Bolani (fried pockets of phyllo dough filed with potatoes and herbs).
The Ashak (thicker dumplings) are very tasty as well. Haven't gone wrong with their Bamiyan Plate either.
For dessert, can't go wrong with their house ice cream and some Turkish style coffee: strong, dark, and sweet.