Located on the 2nd floor, the Kebab Factory offers Persian cuisine at a casual and modern atmosphere. It looks more of a bistro. We looked over the menu and was happy with the variety. It also had Indian dishes. The shawarma was packed, and had a lot of beef. You'll be already full with this supposed snack.
We also had a Lamb Kebab, which was very good. The flavor of the lamb was distinct and its juices were oozing as I sliced through the meat. I wrapped it in fresh pita bread and mixed in some onions and tomatoes. It was one of the best kebabs I ever had, believe me.
We also ordered Grilled Chicken in a yogurt sauce (I just keep forgetting the name of the dish, which I order in most Indian restaurants). It wasn't that spicy since my sister wanted it that way, hence, I thought the dish lacked the kick.
The dish though was still great, as I ordered more bread to dip into the sauce. As you can see, the bread was bigger than usual, and this made the meal more satisfying.
All in all, I liked Kebab Factory, and would recommend everyone to visit it, especially if you're a fan of Persian and Indian food. It was quite full when we arrived, considering it was just a week old, and surrounded by other new restaurants like Bigby's, the Friday's of the VISMIN. There's also Blenz, a Canadian coffee chain which opened its doors in Megamall (pic below). This means I'll be in Megamall more often, given the new set of restaurants that have adorned the new Megamall Atrium.