Maiwand Kabob occupies a pretty small space a block up from Harborplace, with counter service and enough tables to seat 20-30 people. The menu is mostly, as you would expect, kabobs, with some gyros, some additional entrees, and plenty of appetizers rounding out the offerings. We ordered the vegetable platter ($10.99), composed of spinach, pumpkin, basmati rice, chickpea curry, eggplant, and a side of naan. The basmati rice was delightfully fragrant, but the pile of cooked spinach next to it was rather bland and watery—more garlic, please!—and the chickpea curry, which had chunks of potato and peas mixed in, could have used a touch more spice. The eggplant dish, on the other hand, had a good flavor (though again, we didn’t taste much garlic), but the serving we received had more green bell peppers and tomatoes than pan-fried and baked eggplant. As for the pumpkin appetizer, the label of “appetizer” is a bit of a misnomer, as it was so sweet that we had to save it for last and treat it as a dessert.