Miya Ji Kabob and Rumali Rolls

A fusion of Indian, Pakistani, Turkish, and Afghan culinary influences.

MiyaJi is a term of roughly equivalent to Master, Sir, Mister in India, and Pakistan. Kabob Rumali Rolls basically it means charred grilled protein wrapped with Rumali Bread.

Rumali (Thin Flat Bread) is famous from North India and can consumed with any curry, Tandoori dishes, and Kabobs. The word Rumal means handkerchief. Our cuisine is trying to bring the natural street food experience, especially with Rumali bread, so our patrons can enjoy it with Indian and Pakistani curries.

Bringing Nihari Curry (most famous in Old Delhi and Pakistan) is overnight cooked in traditional way, particularly enjoyed with Naan bread.

Haleem , mixture of meat and all grains slow cooked overnight.

The flavors are fresh and intense with plenty of herbs and spices that give them perfect warmth and depth consistency. 

“My passion: weaving magic with spices, bringing India’s soul to the table.”

M. Zamin

Mohammad Zamin our creative chef at Miya ji Kebob and Rumali Roll from his humble beginning from India to International recognition. He is never ending his quest to spread the joys of gastronomic pleasure through his innovation and contemporary cooking style.

Born and raised in Delhi, trained by the top chefs, specialized in catering business, mastered in Curries and Tandoori items. He has served his career in some finest restaurants around the globe, like Germany, Czech Republic and here in Heritage India, Rasika, and Bombay Club Washington DC.

In 2019 he joined Commonwealth Indian and decided to open this Restaurant (Miyaji Rumali and Kabab Rolls) with Sunil Bastola (Owner of the Commonwealth Indian) to serve the natural street food flavors straight to the taste buds of our valued patrons in Gaithersburg.