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Post by KeriT » Mon, 03 Apr 2006 10:40 pm

Anyone know of a good and quick kebab place like those u find in australia? (esp. the one in Bryon Bay)!!!! :lol:

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Post by bunty » Wed, 05 Apr 2006 11:48 am

what type of kebabs-

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Post by KeriT » Wed, 05 Apr 2006 8:47 pm

the one that they would grill after putting in the stuff...

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Post by Baron Greenback » Thu, 06 Apr 2006 10:44 am

not exactly what you are looking for but there is a good kebab place on Boat Quay, can't remember what it is called but down near Penny Black - more like the Kebabs from the UK. Worth a try if you are missing them :)
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Post by babykasim » Thu, 06 Apr 2006 11:41 am

Baron Greenback wrote:not exactly what you are looking for but there is a good kebab place on Boat Quay, can't remember what it is called but down near Penny Black - more like the Kebabs from the UK. Worth a try if you are missing them :)
Dharma's Kebab - not bad..

there's a turkish restaurant at Far East Plaza, Anatolia
they serve kebab as well .. not bad either

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Post by OJ_in_SG » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 8:47 am

The place I kno is not a turkish kebab, but it's a russian version of kebabs called Shashlik.. it's located @ Far East Shopping centre, it's between wheelock(liat towers) and Hilton hotel off orchard road.

They've been around for many years.. U can see it in the decor & the ehm.. help.. the waiter's ages ranges from 40-60 somethin.. it's pretty interesting. Check out the link below for contact info.

It's pretty good I would say and they got this Borsch Beef Soup that they are well known for. Give Russian kebab a try :P

http://www.singaporemirror.com/co_shashlik.htm :D
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Post by jpatokal » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 12:29 pm

Shashlik has nothing to do with kebabs! And they also have very little to do with Russian food, their borscht is made with tomato instead beetroot for chrissake :x

I have yet to found a really good kebab place in Singapore, but Cafe le Caire on Arab St and Sofra Turkish on Beach Rd are both reasonably priced and fairly tasty (although they cut some corners on authenticity).

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Post by ringo100 » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 1:31 pm

So what's the difference between a Shish kebab and a Shashlik?

Cubes of meat BBQ'd on a stick... I think it has a lot to do with kebabs. It is also very common in Russia, I think originally brought by Turkish immigrants. Very much part of Russia though.

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Post by dot dot dot » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 1:45 pm

I think kebab is found all over the world these days, originating from countries in the middle east like Turkey, Lebanon, Israel and Egypt. Nothing beats the kebabs and falafel in Egypt for my taste, but as said, one can find it all over the world these days, including Russia and Singapore.

Back in Holland and Germany, it's a given: after going out til 4am or so, you end the night with a kebab, falafel, shoarma or alike in one of the zillion Arab snackbars.

I find the ones here around Arab street, especially Cairo bar quite good and it is also not presented as something culinary, just a nice tasty snackie.

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Post by KeriT » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 8:02 pm

thanks for the tip off... hopefully, i'll get to try them this week!! :D

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bryon bay

Post by Juz_dimp » Wed, 19 Apr 2006 8:03 pm

yoi ..
saw u post...bryon bay
when did u go..??

i went there on sep 04

i also miss tat place..

so windy so nice..
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Post by KeriT » Wed, 19 Apr 2006 9:07 pm

been there quite a few times as i was living in brissy for the last 2 years!! yup.. i miss the place 2.... :( :cry:

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Post by SCA » Wed, 26 Apr 2006 3:10 am

There is a Turkish guy selling Doner kebabs at Peace Centre in Selegie Rd.

I expect that the Turkish restaurants around town such as Sofra, Capadoccia (Roberston Walk) and the Turkish resturant at Suntec (I can't remember its name) will probably serve both Doner and Shish Kebabs.

Can anyone else recommend any other Turkish restaurants or cafes around town?

Enjoy!

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Post by dot dot dot » Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:14 am

Arab street as said before...

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