Sunday, December 25, 2011

When in Europe, Döner is the best choice!

Why would I say that?
Döner, a Turkish dish made of roasted meat cooked on a vertical spit is the ultimate fast food dish in Middle East and Europe. You can easily find Döner Kebab restaurants all over the continent.The great thing about eating Döner is that it's very filling yet very delicious.Oh and it's cheap too.It's kinda hard to look for Halal food when you're in Europe...So the best thing to do is to go for a mouth-watering, juicy meat-filling Döner Kebab.. :)

A bit of enlightening on Döner Kebab.Döner kebab is also known as gyro, shawarma and al pastor in different countries.Kira cam adik-beradik la dorunk ni. “Döner” means ‘turning itself’.When you add the word “kebab” (grilled meat in Turkish), means that “Döner kebab” simply means “turning grilled meat.” (source from wikipedia)

In Krefeld, the place where im staying, you can find 7 Döner Kebab restaurants positioned next to each other..So can you imagine the temptation of eating Döner Kebab at my place..Pilih je mana satu nak, macam2 ada... :p

I got lots of pictures to show how my friends and I have become the ultimate fans of Kebab.Before that, lemme show you guys what a Döner Kebab Restaurant has to offer..It's not only about Döner, you know?
(Pictures are courtesy of my camera & phone cameras, Hanis's camera and Mustafa's camera)  :)


Döner Teller

Döner Dürum

Grilled Kebab

Turkish Pizza

Suppe (Soup)

Baked Döner

Pommes (Fries)

Turkish Pasta

Cheese Stick

 Chai (Tea)

Ayran (yogurt) and Uludag (soft drink)


Döner Restaurant is also a great place to hang out with your friends.If in Malaysia we have mamak stalls, in Germany we have Kebab Restaurants... :p These pictures were taken when Hanis was here last year..

Peminat-peminat tegar Döner Kebab...

Darwin, Fizz and I

Kak Laili, Peja and Hakim

Friday prayer's Döner group...

Mustafa, Peja, Nabil and Hakim...  
Mustafa is the leader of the group..hehe..He always treat us with Döner after the friday prayers.
That's all for today...Hope you guys drooled over the mouth-watering pictures.. lol

Till the next post... Tschüss und mach's gut...


Umar Kadir said...

best nye.. loves your stories, especially kalau ada makanan!!!! hehehe

FaiZaH Fyn said...

sedapnya..terus perut buat konsert hahaha :p

ayie said...

mesti mahal ni

Hizami Rahim said...

haha. nabil tak sah kalau tak cerita pasal makanan. :D

Nabil Aizat Abdul Rahman said...

to umar:
Haha..thanx..nasib x kena marah..

to Faizah:
Haha..i tengok balik pon perut dah berkeroncong ni

to ayie:
Eh xde la..kebab antara makanan yang paling affordable kat sini

Anonymous said...

bawak-bawaklah pos hantar kt melaka ni sikit nabil oi..

*stress tgk makanan sedap-sedap! urgh

Anonymous said...

I like this blog its a master peace ! .

Nabil Aizat Abdul Rahman said...

to hizami:
Haha..makanan and nabil bagaikan irama dan lagu gitu.. :p

to javanese:
haha...sampai sana x sedap dah la..u have to come here..

to anonymous:

sully86 said...

nabs: wheeeeeeeeeeee!! kehhhhhh babssssss

Athirah said...

When I first read the story (without looking the pics) I never thought that Kebab would be like that. I thought it may seem like Msian Kebab especially diff. in decoration or filling. Totally I'm wrong. It's 100% difference. You just make me mouth-watering! Ah. *jealous much* Haha :P

nuerulle said...

en.nabil!!..makan lagi??hehe...nice entry..semua entry2 en.nabil menyelerakan.haha...=D

Lala said...

I'm so sorry Nabil for being your silent reader, but I guess.. I should write you something!
and of course extremely sorry for the awkward letter from me :P

love the kebabs!! =D

Nabil Aizat Abdul Rahman said...

to athirah:
Haha...Oh and it tastes better than the ones in Malaysia..seriously a must try when you're in Europe.. :)

to nuerulle:

to Lala: worries..terkejut skit je time tu..thanx.

~Nur Zulaiha~ said...

wahh,, i rasa lapar~~

good to know u always reply comment.. =)

Zalikha 'Aliah said...

okay, pagi pagi dah buat i lapaq. dang.