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2530 Guadalupe St (Guadalupe & Dean Keeton)
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 215-9589
Mediterranean, Sandwiches, German
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This German fast food, originally introduced by Germany's large Turkish population, is an excellent alternative to Chick-fil-A's choke-hold on UT's campus.
  • The German version of chipotle. Sooo. Amazing.
  • Get the House Sauce and Spicy Red together!
  • Mix lamb and beef kebab was so delicious..
  • Easy to eat gluten-free and/or vegan here. Friendly and helpful employees too!
  • 1 dolla beers on Fridays or free with an entree
  • Doner kebap with beef/lamb and house and spicy red sauce! Delicious!
  • Great new place on the drag. Try the garlic sauce!
  • Food had great tasty and raw ingredients are fresh. The whole thing ended up being a lil bit salty.
  • This is essentially a Mediterranean Chipotle.
  • Great lamb and beef combos. Be sure to mix the yogurt and spicy together to get a better sauce
  • This place is like the subway of kebabs. If your looking for authentic gyros, I like Heros Gyros.
  • Chicken salads.
  • Now reopened! Now serving local craft beer and iced coffee on tap, made-to-order French fries and homemade falafel. Happy hour specials on Tuesday and Thursday from 5-10pm!
  • I don't love me like I said that I don't have.
  • Most of the options are pretty low cal. The extras can get pricey pretty quick. Veggies are a little greasy but still a tasty, fast, and reasonably healthy option.
  • The diner kebap, made from a mixture of lamb and beef is down right tasty. Load it up with fresh veggies and don't forget the superb yogurt sauces.
  • This homegrown chain offers Austinites a quick, casual, and delicious version of the Dner kebap, a popular German street food. Carbophobes can skip the flatbread and eat it like a salad instead.
  • Beef and lamb. Spicy red and garlic sauce. Lettuce tomatoes jalapeos cucumbers. Extra side of red. Thank me later.
  • Chicken snack bowl is actually a normal sized meal and a low calorie lunch option.

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