It may not look like much, but to many of us GTL'ers, this was one of our primary sources of food. This humble kebab stand makes some of the best kebabs you could find. At 3,50 for a kebab or 4,50 for a kebab frites, this was an affordable way to get some really tasty food. Best of all, Shay and I were on a 'salut' basis with the kebab man.
For those of you wondering, a kebab starts off as a rack of meat which is shaved into little bits. It's stuffed into thick pita-like bread, and topped with lettuce, tomatoes, sauce blanche (white sauce), and some paprika. It's really good, inexpensive, and available on street corners all over Europe.
Kebabs should be nominated as one of Europe's official foods.