Thursday, 19 February 2015

Kebub restaurant review

This was my second visit to the 'famous' Kebub in West Bromwich, and again it succeeded in satisfying my needs. After visiting with friends a couple of weeks back, my parents decided they too wanted to try out the popular Turkish restaurant in town as tweeted about by Mr Lord Alan Sugar himself.

I am a big fan of trying out different cuisines, and there is no doubt about it - this restaurant certainly puts Turkish grub on the map. Putting a healthy spin on kebabs one could say, Kebub offers a range of meat dishes alongside various tasty sides. These include home-made chips, rice, natural yoghurt and mixed veg. The menu itself isn't exactly extensive but there's enough to suit everyone's tastes. I went for the mixed grill again as I like trying a little bit of everything. Included in this dish was a variety of meats including delicious pieces of chicken, succulent shish kebab and spicy chicken wings, alongside two beds of rice and finely grated salad. For a cheeky side, we went for the home-made chips which are to die for! I can't say I am a huge fan of chips but these were definitely worth the extra calories! To accompany our meals we were presented with a range of tasty dips including garlic and herb and hot chilli. I also treated myself to a glass of red which went down a treat!

Overall, this is a lovely little find in the heart of West Bromwich, and one I will definitely be returning to in the foreseeable future. If you are a lover of meats and want to get your mid week kebab fix, then I would certainly recommend you checking this out. I can't say  I am a lover of kebabs usually, but this restaurant offers  freshly cooked food and for a great price too. One thing I was particularly impressed with was the extremely friendly staff who offered a great service all night long (they even opened the door on our exit!) A word of advice - the restaurant itself does get fairly busy so I recommend you book in advance if you do fancy stopping by. 

Have you visited Kebub? What do you think of Turkish cuisine? 


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