Mouth Watering Kebabs
There is a franchise kebab quick-service restaurant at the Sungei Wang Plaza, a renowsned shopping mall at the tourist-renowned Bukit Bintang Street.
The kebabs are served in a variety of ways, like spaghetti, sandwich and bread. The best, in my opinion, is the bread, which subcategorises into Lebanese and Tortilla. My fav is Lebanese. For toppings, you can choose beef, chicken, vege, mutton and mixed.
The highest-priced is of course mutton (ranging from RM9 to RM11 or USD3 -, depending on size), as, in Malaysia, mutton is more expensive than chicken and beef. The kebab in Lebanese bread is available in two sizes, medium and large.
When you order the one in Lebanese bread, I suggest you ask the crew to heat it up twice longer than their standard time because I’ve found most of the time, the bread is not hot enough.
There are also side dishes such as garden salad, chick pea salad and sausage salad.
For a drink, try out their specialty, the Celery Booster Juice, a unique blend of celery, cucumber and apple. It goes for about RM5 (USD1.75). You’ll love it! [more]
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