The no-frills Kebab Haus in southeast Munich features one of the best kebabs in town. They bake their own fresh pita bread (not a given at every kebab place!) and offer three different sauce options; service is quick and cheerful and the price is right. Vegetarians can get a döner with falafel instead of meat. Wash it down with an Ayran, a Turkish salted yogurt drink that pairs perfectly with a kebab.
Time Out tip: What’s the difference between a döner and a dürüm wrap? A döner is shorter and thicker; a dürüm is thinner, longer and chewier. Try both kinds and see what you prefer- a dürüm is a bit more burrito-esque.
|Venue name:||Kebab Haus|
Pilgersheimer Strasse 42