In all honesty, this is going to be a swift review.
They’re not very good.
Which is a shame. They tick all the right boxes, they open late, they have a big glowing sign, they have decent seating, but then they also sell this:
This, ladies and gentlemen, is a doner kebab. Let’s start with the positives. The sauce is actually pretty bloody good, in that it’s the same Turkish style that is fairly rare in Glasgow (only Turquoise and Istanbul do this as well), and, well, there’s the positives complete.
It was served in a pitta bread.
The meat portion was pitta-fully (ha!) small. Which I should be grateful for, because it was also awful.
The salad was, ok, I can’t complain about that.
The price? £6.
LOOK AT IT. IT’S TINY. AND HORRIBLE.
Unfortunately, for what amounts to daylight robbery (albeit at 1am in the morning), they get the worst possible score on Shawarma Police. Zero? No. MINUS ONE THOUSAND.
Best Kebab, Dundas Street
£6 (six), regular doner kebab