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Craving for meaty and savoury goodness? Maybe kebabs will do the trick! If you want some right now, go on the road and try out these different places.

 

 

D’ago

D’Ago offers awesome doner and wood-fired kebabs with various choices of filling and sauces. Aside from kebabs, they also have woodfired pizza! With their awesome food and good atmosphere, you’ll surely be back for more!

Check them out at Shop 2 12 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba.

 

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No No’s 

Lebanese cuisine in Brisbane isn’t complete without No No’s. They offer home-made food—from savoury treats such as kebabs, felafel, and cabbage rolls to sweet desserts such as Turkish delight and baklava. If you’re in a hurry and just want some good food, No No’s is the place to be.

Try out the Brisbane institution at 158 Musgrave Rd, Red Hill.

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Kebab O’Clock

If you want a filling yet affordable kebabs, Kebab O’Clock is where you should go. You can get a whole deal of kebabs, chips, and drinks under $15. If you go on Tuesdays, called Cheap Tuesdays, you can get a whole meal deal on $6.50!

Get kebabs at Shop R4/26 Reddacliff St, Newstead.

 

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Kristo’s Gourmet Burgers and Kebabs

If you want traditional Middle Eastern and Lebanese, you can get it at Kristo’s. Their signature gourmet burgers and kebabs will soothe your kebab cravings.

Satisfy your cravings at 1670 Sandgate Rd Virginia, Brisbane.

 
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Where do you get your favourite kebabs? Let us know in the comments!

 

DARCY LORD


 
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