Brand New: Zendiggi Kebab House, Closter, NJ

Finally a new restaurant in Closter without “pizza” in it’s name

Zendiggi Kebab House (ZKH) has recently opened in the bedroom community of Closter, NJ. Right at the corner of Closter Dock Road and Durie Avenue (the former of home of a golf shop; or for those that go further back, Morse’s Pharmacy). In recent years this area in particular has not seen much expansion in food terms. In the last half decade, there has been the openings of mostly Korean restaurants with a Cold Stone Creamery and yet another pizza place thrown for good measure.

Persian food is the name of the game at Zen Diggi. An array of Kebabs (naturally) served as sandwiches, platters or salads, Rotisserie Chicken and many typical Mediterranean sides (hummus, grape leaves, etc) are on the menu. From the website:


At Zendiggi Kebab House we serve up your favorite Middle Eastern and Mediterranean foods. Come in for a quick kebab, falafel, or gyro. Also enjoy a cup of tea while browsing the web with our free WiFi.

Merchandise abound for sale

Food waiting to be cooked and eaten

Kubideh Kebab (Seasoned ground beef & lamb cooked on an open fire) Sandwich

Hummus on the left (Seasoned Chick Pea Dip) and Baba Ganoush on the right (Grilled Eggplant Dip)

Another Kubideh Kebab Shot

Fries with Feta and Spices



ZKH is definitely going to be a welcome addition to the Closter dining scene. There certainly is a dearth of takeout spots featuring this type of cuisine in the area.

Zendiggi Kebab House
228 Closter Dock Road
Closter, NJ
(201) 768-0644

Note: Brand New posts focus on relatively new (less than 3 months old) places in the area or ones that are under new management, have a new design, etc.



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