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Gül

Restaurants, Turkish Charonne
3 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

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

By: Zazie Tavitian

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Details

Address: 228 boulevard Voltaire
11e
Paris

Transport: Metro : Rue des Boulets
Price: Dishes €5.50-7.50
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-midnight.

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