Donor Kebab and Stand-Out Housemade Sauces at Kebab

Photography By Matthew Noel | July 01, 2014
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Open on St. Claude in the Marigny, Kebab isn’t a restaurant that serves your typical backyard grilled meats and veggies on sticks. They specialize in dönor kebab, which is marinated meat cooked on a giant rotisserie and served up in a sandwich or on its own, inspired by the street food of Rotterdam and Berlin. Originally from Turkey, this particular street food has become popular throughout the world, but until now New Orleans has lacked its own dedicated kebab joint.

Keeping it simple with pork and chicken (as well as falafel for vegetarians) with stand-out house-made sauces, beet fries and Belgian fries, young coconut juice served in the husk and a reasonable $2 corkage fee, this spot is just one more great addition to the growing restaurant scene along St. Claude.

Find it

2313 St. Claude Ave.
New Orleans, LA
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