Traditionally reserved for late-night food runs and hangover cures, the humble kebab is making a comeback. Doner, chicken or lamb, these Turkish taste sensations are Brisbane’s best kebabs.
Origin Kebabs | Various Locations
With 13 stores across Brisbane, you’re never far from an Origin kebab. All your favourite combinations are on offer, as well as falafel, a breakfast kebab complete with bacon and egg, and a kebab-filled jacket potato!
South Bank Kebab | South Bank
Fresh flatbread and succulent meats make South Bank Kebab a firm local favourite. Tasty meals are whipped up in a flash, and fillings can be tailored to everyone’s individual tastes so you’ll leave satisfied every time.
King Ahiram | West End
For tasty Lebanese at cheap-as-chips prices, you can’t go past King Ahiram in West End. Juicy skewers of your favourite meat served with hummus, baba ganoush or tabouleh (or all three if you’re that way inclined) will fill you up with change from a $20 note.
Torts Famous | Brisbane
This venue is all about fast food without the guilt. Chicken and rump steak are cooked fresh to order, added to fresh and fluffy tort flatbread, and topped with all your favourites. Your breakfast kebab cravings are covered as well, with either a bacon and egg or a steak and egg kebab banishing those hunger pangs.
Kebab O’Clock | Newstead
Bring your appetite! At Kebab O’Clock, you can get a whole meal deal consisting of a regular-sized kebab with your choice of meat and fillings plus a serve of chips and a drink for under $15.
D’Ago | Woolloongabba
Choose from doner or wood-fired kebabs, a mountain of fillings, and a sea of sauces. With the options to eat in, takeaway or even have your order delivered, you’ll never go hungry again!
No No’s | Red Hill
No No’s delivers on the flavour and on bargain prices for generous servings. You’ll be kept full for hours with chicken, lamb or falafel on pita bread with hummus, lettuce, tabouleh, tomato, onion and tahini sauce, plus a wide range of extras.
Bayside Kebab | Clontarf
Overflowing with fillings, even the regular-sized kebabs are a feast. But if you think you have what it takes, take on the half-metre kebab challenge; if you beat the current record of five minutes and 53 seconds, you’ll score $100.