Time Out says
Kotti Berliner Döner Kebab might be a tongue full, but its kebab’s hit the right spot. Sporting a long history within Berlin and Turkey, Kotti makes its mark at the DeKalb Market Hall with a bang. Not overshadowed by other excellent eateries, Kotti is able to stay continuously afloat with a simple but delicious menu. If you’re new to the kebab game, try the signature Kotti Berliner Döner Kebab ($14). Made with Turkish pide on focaccia-like sesame crusted bread. This meal takes you to another plane of existence. Every bite (while almost being overwhelming) confirms nothing but fresh ingredients prepared perfectly. Par that with a Club Mate ($5) and you’re set for lunch.
One advantage that Kotti has above its competitors is quick service while maintaining high food preparation standards. Each kebab is made in front of display glass giving the anxious consumer a peak into the delicate, but precise construction. The toughest critic will have a hard time leaving with a bad impression since both the service and food are congenial. If you’re near Downtown Brooklyn check out this tiny eatery. We think you’ll leave with a smile.
BY TIME OUT COMMUNITY REVIEWER: EMY RODRIGUEZ
445 Albee Square W
|Transport:||Subway: 2, 3, 4, 5 to Nevans, R to Delkab Ave,|
|Price:||Average Price: $15|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Weds: 11am-9pm; Thurs-Sat: 11am-10pm|
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Users say (4)
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Wow, definitely the best kebab in NYC. I have family in Germany and can say this is the most wonderful combination of tradition and authenticity. The freshest produce, juiciest meats, crunchy, hot delicious bread. To top it off, the best combination of sauces. Such a wonderful experience! Thank you Kotti!! I'll definitely be coming back :)
Wow, wow, wow!! Kotti is the best street food in town! We love it so much! Delicious! And excellent value for money!
That moment when Berlin shows up in two different spaces in Brooklyn and you realize how awesome it is to live and eat in NY. . . that is the magic sauce of Doner Kebab. It's not just German. It's not just Turkish. It's fusion that shows a mouth what is up!
P.S. delivery to our workspace in Brooklyn was a perfect way to feed our team -- would def recommend this to more people trying to get away out of their usual chicken and white sauce routine
The chicken was cold and soft and my bread had Mold on it .the staff laughed it off and seemed Rude...don't eat there the one in city point