Maison Bab has created a hidden restaurant in its basement behind a fake kebab shop in its basement. Where everything's served on the counter. It's quite special, so we went down for a look.
The British Kebab Awards were held at the Park Plaza Westminster last night and London did pretty well out of it.
Four of our restaurants picked up gongs on the night. Testiin Stoke Newington won for best North/West London kebab. Lara Grill in Dagenham won the section for South/East
Hidden downstairs at Maison Bab in Covent Garden is a chef's table with a difference where the chef will serve food direct on to the counter and guests are expected to eat with their hands.
Inspired by kebab houses, the duo behind Le Bab have brought their modern take on everyone's favourite drinking food to Covent Garden. We popped along to check it out.
Promising a new take on the kebab, this pitta restaurant will feature sweet and savoury filled pitta breads as well as serving up Greek beers and wines.
A commitment to sourcing well and cooking everything - even the condiments - from scratch makes this new Islington kebab restaurant stand out from the crowd.
Featuring a hidden away chef's table for 10, the new restaurant from the team behind Le Bab promises to be quite the experience
If you love nothing more than getting stuck into a kebab then prepare to have your horizons widened by Berenjak, who’ll be focusing on recreating proper Persian-style kebabs, stews, sides, with a Soho twist.
They already have a kebab restaurant in Battersea, and now they're coming to Islington's Upper Street. BabaBoom will be serving up all their favourite kebabs with meat and vegetables cooked over coal and some cracking Middle Eastern sides too.
Last night the 6th British kebab awards took place with what's rapidly becoming a legendary awards party. 2017's event - which took place on the same night as the Oscars - briefly outdid the Academy Awards for trending on Twitter. It turned out to be quite an emotional night with organiser Ibrahim Dogus declaring that; "In an otherwise darkened street, the kebab shop is the light that never goes out."
And although neither Sadiq Khan or Jeremy Corbyn
Boxpark vegan favourites What The Pitta are putting down roots and opening their first restaurant in Camden so North Londoners can get their grill on.
A good kebab can be a great thing - but want to know what's better? Enjoying kebabs by five of London's top restaurants going head-to-head over who makes the best one.
That's the premise behind the Great British Bab Off [or GBBO if you prefer] - a charity event conceived of by Stephen Tozer and Ed Brunet, founders of Soho’s gourmet kebab restaurant Le Bab.
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When the sun’s out, we love food that makes us feel like we’re on our summer hols. This new Greek restaurant in Shoreditch looks just the job, complete with an open plan kitchen and robata charcoal grill for that oh-so-summery BBQ smell.
If you're a vegetarian and have been left out of the late night tradition of dining on a doner while three sheets to the wind, then we have good news for you.
What The Pitta is a new kebab store at Boxpark Croydon which serves up vegan doner kebabs. Instead of lamb or chicken, the main protein is a meat alternative of GMO free soya chunks seasoned with a secret recipe of spices. They make their pitta dough fresh daily and you can team up the doner in a meal deal together