Turkish Doner Kebab House - Hongkong
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Directions to Turkish Doner Kebab House
What do you get when you mix Turkish and Indian food, and put it in Hong Kong? Deliciousness, unique, pure, and simple. Throw in cheap prices and an authentic atmosphere, and you have NAME OF RESTAURANT.
Located right off Temple Street Night Market on the Kowloon side, it is perfect for a convenient late snack as an alternative to Temple Street street food.
Two classic skewers greet you when you first enter on your right, slowly turning, cooking the traditional lamb and chicken for doner kebabs, respectively. The smell of spices, and slow-cooked meat fill the small restaurant, which is brightly coloured, giving it a warm, inviting feel. It is very casual, and quite simple.
Turks typically congregate around the back table, and clients vary from western tourists, to Turks, to Indians and locals. Regardless of who walks through the door, you will be greeted with traditional, warm hospitality typical of the Turks.
Signature dishes include the chicken curry and noodle set, served with rice and a free drink, and of course the kebabs. The chicken kebab with extra spicy sauce is considerably better than the wrap, and the hummus is authentic and delicious. They also serve curries, biryanis, parathas and tandoori dishes, as the original owner is actually Pakistani. Steer clear of the lentil soup.
Expect to spend HK$50 - $100 per person.
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