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The Ultimate Pattaya Döner And Gyros Guide

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I passed by Mikes stall in Big-C yesterday and had a falafel sandwich with the yogurt sauce. It was good, but I still prefer Doner King, particularly due to the bread they use. Besides, I actually prefer the mayo based dressing, so there...

Good for you and bless your mayo on Middle eastern food loving heart! However, wouldn't it be special if they offered mayo sauces AND non-mayo ones as well?

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This is the original kebab stand in Pattaya - been here at least 15 years

I ate at that stand many times years ago, and they are a the better of the bad lot, but I don't actually like it because the use the pita bread and cut their vegetables in cubes as many do.Vegetables should be sliced or fine cut but not blocks.

I am sorry I am really confused, having been brought up in Cyprus eating kebabs from both Greeks and Turks, they both used Pitta bread, what else is there to put a kebab in without turning it into a wrap? I agree that the salad should be finely sliced, in Cyprus it was shredded white cabbage and not lettuce.

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This is the original kebab stand in Pattaya - been here at least 15 years

I ate at that stand many times years ago, and they are a the better of the bad lot, but I don't actually like it because the use the pita bread and cut their vegetables in cubes as many do.Vegetables should be sliced or fine cut but not blocks.

I am sorry I am really confused, having been brought up in Cyprus eating kebabs from both Greeks and Turks, they both used Pitta bread, what else is there to put a kebab in without turning it into a wrap? I agree that the salad should be finely sliced, in Cyprus it was shredded white cabbage and not lettuce.

You ask, we deliver. This 15571250-pita-bread-and-kebab-meat-on-wooden-background.jpgis a proper Kebab bread.

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This is the original kebab stand in Pattaya - been here at least 15 years

I ate at that stand many times years ago, and they are a the better of the bad lot, but I don't actually like it because the use the pita bread and cut their vegetables in cubes as many do.Vegetables should be sliced or fine cut but not blocks.

I am sorry I am really confused, having been brought up in Cyprus eating kebabs from both Greeks and Turks, they both used Pitta bread, what else is there to put a kebab in without turning it into a wrap? I agree that the salad should be finely sliced, in Cyprus it was shredded white cabbage and not lettuce.

You ask, we deliver. This 15571250-pita-bread-and-kebab-meat-on-wooden-background.jpgis a proper Kebab bread.

Sorry I beg to differ, I have no idea where you got that but its not authentic. That's just a sandwich

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You ask, we deliver. This 15571250-pita-bread-and-kebab-meat-on-wooden-background.jpgis a proper Kebab bread.

Sorry I beg to differ, I have no idea where you got that but its not authentic. That's just a sandwich

Try to enter Kebab bread into Google images and see what you end up with biggrin.png

Of course it is also possible that Google doesn't know the difference between a kebab and a sandwich.

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I ate at that stand many times years ago, and they are a the better of the bad lot, but I don't actually like it because the use the pita bread and cut their vegetables in cubes as many do.Vegetables should be sliced or fine cut but not blocks.

I am sorry I am really confused, having been brought up in Cyprus eating kebabs from both Greeks and Turks, they both used Pitta bread, what else is there to put a kebab in without turning it into a wrap? I agree that the salad should be finely sliced, in Cyprus it was shredded white cabbage and not lettuce.

You ask, we deliver. This 15571250-pita-bread-and-kebab-meat-on-wooden-background.jpgis a proper Kebab bread.

Sorry I beg to differ, I have no idea where you got that but its not authentic. That's just a sandwich

that looks like the stuff I had in Istanbul. That's in Turkey last time I checked....

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Well this is the basis of the style from Cyprus but adulterated for UK tastes, again from Google. Note the two handed hold, not a lot of people realise they can act as a Gyroscope to guide liquidly confused people home.............

Also this link http://www.obit-mag.com/articles/mahmut-aygun-inventor-of-the-kebab-sandwich about the supposed inventor of the Kekab Sandwich stating he was Turkish and used Pitta. 1971 seems a bit recent though.........

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15571250-pita-bread-and-kebab-meat-on-wooden-background.jpg

Sorry I beg to differ, I have no idea where you got that but its not authentic. That's just a sandwich

authenticity depends on the area. the thick bread of the Döner in the picture would be rejected by any Döner and of course Shwarma lover. but then... to each his own.

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Where can I find a Kebab like this at a reasonable price with yoghourt garlic sauce in pattaya ? sad.png

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That's what we are trying to find out with this thread :D

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Where is this place exactly? I can't tell by the address:

http://www.foodpanda...zza-(-Pattaya-)

Hi

It is on Pattaya New Plaza, 2nd Road, approx opposite soi 8.

I`ve been past but not tried it yet.

Thanks. That's what I thought but wasn't sure. Anyone tried it?

Sorry for any misdirection.w00t.gif

This place is most likely not what you're looking for.

Garlic yogurt sauce, check.

Thin wrap bread, check

Chile sauce, no check (only packaged sugary Thai "hot" sauce)

Meat, I won't say anything as to be polite coffee1.gif

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As Doner King on Pattaya Klang got a few mentions on this thread, I tried it for the first time a few nights ago.

I had a beef kebab, tasted fine to me.

I thought the service was a little on the slow side but kebab above average and will return.

Glad it was mentioned.

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Santorini off walking street in the Arab corner. No yoghurt, but tahini. No lamb but chicken. Shwarma wrapper. Tasty, but only two raros lacking lamb and yoghurt.

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ID: 92   Posted (edited)

Has anyone posted yet about this new location of Michael Kebab?

http://www.pattayape...IdArticle=33955

Fancy a good tasty and high quality Turkish style lamb shish kebab or a slice of delicious tasting Turkish Pizza; look no further than Michael Kebab Pizzeria. This newly opened Kebab and Pizza eatery is located next door to the Village Chippy in The Village off Third Road (opposite the Fire Station) all courtesy of award winning Turkish restaurateur Michael Kebabs (no joking! – actually it is a nickname Michael has acquired for serving up great tasting

kebabs back in his home town of Adana on the Mediterranean coast in Turkey)

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Traditional Greek Gyros is now available in Pattaya!

For those of you who have tried this popular Greek dish can now find it at the two fast food restaurants

recently opened in Soi (postoffice) 13/2. and also in Soi 6.

Called Smart Food and managed by their Greek owners so will get authentic greek Souvlaki and gyros in pitta.

Check out the link below:

http://www.facebook.com/smartfood.pattaya

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Well...I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond (I *think* it was) I found a Döner booth that boasted having the best Döner in town. From my vague recollections (yes, it was quite late...) They definitely had lamb only (which we count as a plus), a huge portion (yet another plus) and they had Yoghurt garlic sauce. Yes. NO FRIGGING MAYONNAISE!!

That makes four raros for this place.

I will try to find the place again in due time and report back about its precise location. The time space continuum had some flaws last night....

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Well...I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond (I *think* it was) I found a Döner booth that boasted having the best Döner in town. From my vague recollections (yes, it was quite late...) They definitely had lamb only (which we count as a plus), a huge portion (yet another plus) and they had Yoghurt garlic sauce. Yes. NO FRIGGING MAYONNAISE!!

That makes four raros for this place.

I will try to find the place again in due time and report back about its precise location. The time space continuum had some flaws last night....

I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond .

is the rest of the review as reliable as your orientation last night, since that seems to have been a bit out of proportion biggrin.png

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Well...I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond (I *think* it was) I found a Döner booth that boasted having the best Döner in town. From my vague recollections (yes, it was quite late...) They definitely had lamb only (which we count as a plus), a huge portion (yet another plus) and they had Yoghurt garlic sauce. Yes. NO FRIGGING MAYONNAISE!!

That makes four raros for this place.

I will try to find the place again in due time and report back about its precise location. The time space continuum had some flaws last night....

I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond .

is the rest of the review as reliable as your orientation last night, since that seems to have been a bit out of proportion biggrin.png

ahh...right. Soi DIANA....oh well.....a Soi after all....whistling.gif

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Any junk food is delicious after a night on the juice. rolleyes.gif

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Well...I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond (I *think* it was) I found a Döner booth that boasted having the best Döner in town. From my vague recollections (yes, it was quite late...) They definitely had lamb only (which we count as a plus), a huge portion (yet another plus) and they had Yoghurt garlic sauce. Yes. NO FRIGGING MAYONNAISE!!

That makes four raros for this place.

I will try to find the place again in due time and report back about its precise location. The time space continuum had some flaws last night....

I stumbled around Soi LK Metro last night and somewhere on Soi Diamond .

is the rest of the review as reliable as your orientation last night, since that seems to have been a bit out of proportion biggrin.png

ahh...right. Soi DIANA....oh well.....a Soi after all....whistling.gif

Obviously not using the secret Kebab Gyro function.

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Any junk food is delicious after a night on the juice. rolleyes.gif

It was a quality Döner, not junk food. rolleyes.gif

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Any junk food is delicious after a night on the juice. rolleyes.gif

It was a quality Döner, not junk food. rolleyes.gif

Agreed, not all fast food is junk food,

I regard processed foods and microwave dinners as junk food!

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