Step out of Roppongi Station, exit 1a, and turn right. As evening falls, it's hard to miss this tiny but welcoming little drop-in with it's street-side roasting spit and its nod to Persian upholstery. Kebab Bar was started by an Iranian owner with an eye on the district's international nightlife scene; in Europe, the döner kebab tends to be an after-drinking snack option. In order to keep the merriment flowing, they have Heineken on tap, but it's the chicken döner that is the real pull, marinated in yellow cumin and sniffable from 30 metres. The extremely soft pita bread is also one of the clear bonuses here, meaning that the sandwich doesn't dry too quickly. Ideal before or after you've hit the pub, and a great take-home treat if you live in the area.
|Venue name:||Kebab Bar||Contact:|
1F Roppongi 662, 6-2-35 Roppongi, Minato-ku
|Opening hours:||11am-11pm daily|
|Transport:||Roppongi Station (Hibiya, Oedo lines), exit 1a|