Our Crofton Patch foodie Joe Robinson checked out The Awe Shack with the family. Here's what the outspoken food critic had to say about the Princess Center resturant.
By Joseph Robinson
For an Awe-petizer to use their terminology, we had the Samosas to start - fried pastry shells with potatoes and green peas with a homemade chutney dipping sauce is fantastic.
They are somewhat different from traditional Indian Samosas but great! The chutney sauce that they serve this with is a cilantro, garlic, vinegar, jalapeño, and yogurt blend sauce - really good and great for dipping both the samosa's and the homemade freshly prepared naan bread.
For our Awe-ntrees, my son and I had the Chicken Kabob and my wife had the Beef Kabob - large portions both richly spiced but not too spicy. Excellent and served with a salad, rice - your choice of white, brown, or kabuli (a delicious rice with spices and raisins) and a big basket of fresh naan bread. The naan perfect for building your own delicious wrap or just for dipping in their wonderful chutney. Can't say enough about a place where my son will literally lick his plate clean!
Prices are reasonable - less than $40 for the three of us for a good meal. Once again, I haven't tried their desserts because their food is so good. I can only imagine they are as good as the food.
2510 Conway Road, Suite 101
Gambrills, MD 21054