Sunday, October 30, 2005

Doner Kebabs off the streets of Berlin

Doner Kebap

Wow – apparently Turkish immigrants popularized Doner Kebabs in Berlin before they hit the European/ANZ stage. There are now Doner Kebab (doner kebap in Turkish) shops all over the town, and they are all open late, which, just as with other towns across Europe and ANZ, make kebabs accessible to the millions of drunkards looking for a grease bomb to sit in their bellies at 4 AM. Perfect!

Making Doner KebabsAnd this was no ordinary kebab, that’s for sure. It was filled with many more ingredients and sauces than one gets in places like England, including a sweet chili sauce with a pretty good kick to it. The bread was also toasted to a perfect crisp, and fresh veggies abounded. What a great snack for only 2.30 Euros (US$2.75).

5 comments:

Barnze said...

I love a good kebab me!

shakester said...

ah. in istanbul, the wife had doner kebaps, and they are quite dry- no sauces and pastes there. Quite a change from the doners we get in India...and they are about a euro each!:)

Abu Osman said...

the kebabs down under are kick-ass!

Anonymous said...

Kebabs in Madrid are the most amazing things to behold. I lived off them almost every day while studying abroad. Here in the US, they still haven't caught on, in California, we only have one kebab house.

Anonymous said...

Doner Kebabs in Germany are SO GOOD!!! My favorite food in the world to date, and I've been to 28 countries and plan on visiting many more. Just thinking of a Doner Kebab while there are none available makes me want to cry.