Kebabistan is one part block party and one part ode to the unsung hero of Berlin’s multifaceted, multikulti food world: the mighty döner kebab.
Sometimes a kebab is enough to make a person do terrible, unspeakable things.
A takeaway in Leeds was recently busted for selling a lamb doner kebab billed as "100-percent lamb" that actually contained nearer to 5 percent. And it's hardly the only restaurant secretly swapping one meat for another.
The opening of Otto’s Berlin Döner in Toronto has rivaled the summer’s best club bookings. The tiny restaurant is Canada’s first Berlin döner spot with enough spit-roasted meat, currywurst, and Club Mate to make the Berlin-obsessed think they’ve died...