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The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is (Credit: Nicole Horton)

The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is a crowd pleaser at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington.

Tasty American Coo Coo

Though the name Tasty American Coo Coo may seem crazy, this bright little eatery is filled with equally crazy menu item names-- but all are equally delicious as they are wacky. Chef-owner Sha Safaii puts so much care into what he serves, and it shows. Located in Huntington, this Persian- Middle Eastern restaurant puts emphasis on the word "tasty".

Owner Sharokh Safaii in front of Tasty American
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Owner Sharokh Safaii in front of Tasty American Coo Coo, located in Huntington. (Aug. 22, 2013)

Owner Sha Safaii cuts shawarma at Tasty American
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Owner Sha Safaii cuts shawarma at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. (Aug. 22, 2013)

Owner Sha Safaii adds garnish to his dishes
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Owner Sha Safaii adds garnish to his dishes at Tasty American CooCoo in Huntington. (Aug. 22, 2013)

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Lena Sullivan, almost 2, eating her kebab at
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Lena Sullivan, almost 2, eating her kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. (Aug. 22, 2013)

Lamb kebabs are savory and juicy at Tasty
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Lamb kebabs are savory and juicy at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. (Aug 22, 2013)

The Coo Coo Sabzi is irresistible at Tasty
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The Coo Coo Sabzi is irresistible at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. (Aug. 22, 2013)

The salmon kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo
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The salmon kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. (July 2013)

The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is
(Credit: Nicole Horton)

The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is a crowd pleaser at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington.

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The chicken kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo
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The chicken kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington is the most popular item on the menu. (Aug 22, 2013)

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