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Brisbane’s Best Kebabs

By Phoebe Lee - 11 Jan 2016

Brisbanes Best Kebabs

Image credit: Zeus Street Greek

Once in a while, you find something on the internet that completely changes your life. Well, Brisbane, this is that thing. Get ready to print, laminate and forever carry this around with you because we’ve pulled together Brisbane’s best kebabs!

No No’s

Red Hill

The sweet kebab spot No No's can be found on Musgrave Road in Red Hill and is rumoured to serve up some of the very best kebabs in Brisvegas. Don’t let the low-key vibes fool you, they food here means business. Try the Shish Kebab of specially marinated eye fillet lamb pieces served on pita bread with hummus, lettuce, tabouli, onion, tomato and a tahini sauce. Vegetarians take note: this place does seriously good falafels!

Bayside Kebabs

Clontarf

If you find yourself in Clontarf with a seriously raging hunger, go directly to Bayside Kebabs. Here you’ll find a whopping half-metre kebab. It’s literally bigger than a baby and they have the photos to prove it. If you can eat all 1.8kg of the Bayside Beast in 8 minutes you get your meal free. If that sounds a bit too intense, the regular kebabs here are really delicious.

King Ahiram

West End

Specialising in tasty Lebanese food, King Ahiram’s on Vulture Street in West End serve up some might fine kebabs too. Their falafel kebab comes in at a bargain $5 with crisp, crunchy falafels, salads and sauce. The hot tip at Ahiram’s is to indulge in the hummus, it’s absolutely divine. If you love meat, they’ve got you covered with lamb and beef too.

South Bank Kebabs

South Bank

If you want a delicious kebab with a healthy edge, visit South Bank Kebabs in the South Bank Parklands. The flatbreads here are crispy and delicious, stuffed with chicken, tender meat or falafels and topped with fresh salads. You’ll also find fresh tabouli and yummy baked potatoes on offer!

Mr Deno’s Kebabs

St Lucia

There’s a really good reason Mr Deno set up a kebab shop in the middle of St Lucia and it has to do with uni students and alcohol. Aside from being a rather savvy businessman, Mr Deno also supplies some very tasty kebabs during the day and all hours of the night. You’ll find the old favourites on the menu, served with your choice of salads and sauces. Thanks, Mr Deno!

Zeus Street Greek

South Bank

The newest temple of Greek food to hit South Bank, Zeus Street Greek, has a strong kebab game (though they call them pitas) with delicious fillings including their signature lamb with tzatziki, Spartan chicken with Aegean slaw and soft shell crab with lemon mayo. Yasou!

Torts Famous

CBD

Located at Post Office Square, Torts Famous serve up great kebabs with a twist. Try the low-fat chicken with marinade, mixed salad and cucumber and yoghurt sauce or the MSA Grade rump with teriyaki marinade, mixed salad and tangy BBQ sauce. Love veggies? Try the grilled mashed potato with fresh avocado and salad topped with cucumber and yoghurt sauce. Also, the Tort Chips are not to be missed.

Cafe Wrapture

West End

Fancy yourself a fancy kebab? Cafe Wrapture on Russell Street in West End serve up amazing warps that put the humble kebab on blast. Try the spiced lamb and beef cigars with tahini, lemon, minted yoghurt and salads or the chorizo with cheese, sour cream, chilli, lettuce, tomato and red onion. Vegetarians should sink their teeth into warm falafel balls with hummus, minted yoghurt, tabouli, salads and grilled haloumi.

Has all this talk of kebabs got you thinking about other late night delights? Check out our article Brisbane's Best Late Night Eats!

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