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Kebabs

Russia
Some people consider a kebab to be a Russian dish, but it’s not true. It came to Russia from the eastern cuisine.

The traditional kebab is prepared from meat: pork, beef, lamb. To make the dish tasty, meat should be not fat. A kebab is grilled and served with vegetables and wine. Collapse

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CITY KEPAB HAUS im Lauterbogencenter
CITY KEPAB HAUS im Lauterbogencenter / Fast food, Restaurant
#16 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
Open now 10AM - 10PM
Fast food, Turkish
$$$$
Antalya Doner-Kebap-Pizza Haus
Antalya Doner-Kebap-Pizza Haus / Fast food, Pizzeria, Restaurant, BBQ
#62 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
ClosedOpens at 11AM
Fast food, Pizza
$$$$
Emek
Emek / Fast food, Restaurant, Pub & bar
#71 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
Open now 10AM - 10PM
Fast food
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Mezopotamya
Mezopotamya / Fast food, Restaurant
#64 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
ClosedOpens at 12PM
Turkish, Fast food
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Ali Baba
Ali Baba / Fast food, Pizzeria, Restaurant
#69 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
Open now 10AM - 10PM
Turkish, Pizza, Fast food
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Restaurant Delphi
Restaurant Delphi / Cafe, Restaurant, Pub & bar
#10 of 168 places to eat in Suhl
ClosedOpens at 11:30AM
Greek, Mediterranean, Vegetarian options
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... dishes were the tzatziki and the warm pitta bread, but a chicken kebab was smothered in some nasty beige sauce that must have come out