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Published December 6th 2013
Kebabs are often craved after one too many brewskis and are apparently a great cure for even the worst hangover. The humble kebab originated in Persia and was later adopted by Turkey and the Middle East regions. It has become part of everyday cuisine in countries around the world, but where are the best kebabs in Perth?
Breakfast Kebab from Nick's Place in Fremantle
The very popular Nick's Place in Fremantle has been serving up traditional kebabs to hungry patrons since the mid eighties. The kebabs at Nick's Place have been described as 'the best kebabs ever'.
Roj Kebabs, in South Perth, is famous for its steak and chicken kebab. The kebabs are delicious and made freshly, right in front of you.
Ankara Kebabs and Bakery, in Inglewood, has been serving great kebabs for over fifteen years. The bread is baked fresh, and everything is made to order.
Cosmos Kebabs, in Leederville, is one of the oldest kebab shops in the Perth area. They use fresh meat marinated in '100 different herbs', they serve a large variety of Greek food and you can order on-line.
The Istanbul Kitchen, in North Perth, bakes all its own bread including the lavash bread used for kebabs. This is a popular restaurant with the Greek and Turkish community, the food is consistently good and the prices are reasonable.
There are several good Kebab shops in Fremantle including Aladdin Kebabs located in the Fremantle Markets, Habib's Kebab House on William Street and Resi's Take-away on South Terrace.
Most kebab shops are small family-run operations, and offer dine-in or take-away options. Kebabs are generally a quick and reasonably priced food option, and can be healthy, nutritious and filling.
These are just some of the most popular kebab shops in the Perth area. If you know of any others please let us know - where are the best kebabs in Perth?
Ararat Kebabs in Broadway Fair in Nedlands make great kebabs using their own freshly made turkish bread. My favourite is a vegetarian kebab with egg, cheese and hommus; my husband usually has chicken with barbecue sauce - both delicious!