Delicious kebabs served from a food truck - the beef and lamb and falafel are great and come served in warm, fluffy pita bread with a tasty assortment of veggies in the wrap
Kebabalicious is the cure for "whiny drunk," the kind I tend to be. You know this person -- their peak, happy drunkeness wears off, and is instantly replaced by hunger and crabiness? Simply march them down to Kebabalicious, and stifle their complaints with a mouthful of delicious, tender, seasoned meat. Works like a charm.
The Name Doesn't Lie. The only place I've tried to hunt down a few times, only to miss them after closing or the wrong afternoon when they've driven off to a festival somewhere. (So THAT'S what Twitter's good for). The night I finally managed to order a chicken kabob was much anticipated. Points for a la carte spice levels and a choice of adding feta cheese. I wanted to resist, but the guy said, "I'll just tell him to put a little bit, it's really good". F**k yeah it was. I appreciate an honest salesman. Melted feta melded so well with the other juices in that warm pita blanket.
Citysearch Editorial Review. In a town full of food trucks, this is one of the original trailblazers, capitalizing on two vital food trends: late-night eats and vegan options. Neither of these are gimmicks; this cart dispenses serious Turkish cuisine, mostly in the form of straight-up doner kababs. Roasted meat wrapped in pita with veggies and sauce. Vegetarians, you get the veggies and sauce, or falafel, or a fully-loaded salad. This healthful fare is not completely lost on the main audience, which is the post last-call bar crowd. Students, vegans and fans of Middle Eastern cuisine flock to this spot, which can be almost as live as the club, just with more tahini.
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