Most of the main course options included some sort of kabab with different meats in them; Luke went for the Chicken Kabab and Elizabeth tried the Assorted Kabab (chicken, beef meatballs, and lamb). They came with Naan bread that was more pastry-like than the Naan we’re used to, but it was definitely tasty.
Although the game seems cruel (to the goats), it is a tradition so it was interesting to learn a bit about the culture while eating Afghani food. It also provided some context to one of the paintings on the wall of men riding horseback.
The sounds that came out of the Spectral Piano were hard to describe - kind of electronic, kind of unnatural, and kind of natural. It made no sense and it seemed to put the entire audience into some sort of trance. The amazing thing was that there were no speakers, so it was all acoustic and all of the sounds were coming from the piano. After the concert, everyone was interested in taking a closer look.