The kind of kebab shop you can enjoy when sober.
Kebab meat turning on the rotisserie, trays filled with onions and tomatoes, sauces on the counter… You guessed it, it’s a Greek, owned by Turks: the classic. Sandwiches galore: meatballs, merguez, chicken tikka, chicken skewers, as well as plates of meat and salad – plus appetising starters like aubergines with peppers.
We finally settled on a meatball sandwich with harissa, tomatoes, onions and chips. Fluffy bread, tender meat and homemade white sauce – all for €7. To top it all off, we were served on the terrace by an adorable waitress. Who says you have to be drunk to enjoy a kebab?
TRANSLATION: MEGAN CARNEGIE
228 boulevard Voltaire
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-midnight.|
|Transport:||Metro : Rue des Boulets|