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Tasty American Coo Coo

The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is

The salmon kebab, on a wood skewer, is a crowd pleaser at Tasty American Coo Coo in Huntington. Photo Credit: Nicole Horton

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)

Lena Sullivan, almost 2, eating her kebab at
Photo Credit: Nicole Horton

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
Photo Credit: Nicole Horton

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

The chicken kebab at Tasty American Coo Coo
Photo Credit: Nicole Horton

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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