When you can’t go wrong with kebabs at this New York City restaurant, it’s worth the drive
When you need a good breakfast, try this Italian spot that serves up some of the best kebab in town.
The Mediterranean-style eatery has a history that dates back to the Ottoman Empire.
But this isn’t a typical Italian eatery: The owner is a Muslim, and he is the co-founder of the company behind the franchise, Italian Grill.
And the food here is excellent.
The owners’ name is Giovanni, and the owner is known for his love of kebobs.
But Giovanni’s favorite part is his kebob sandwiches.
He’s been making them for a decade, and this past weekend he expanded his menu with a few new additions.
The new sandwiches include the best of the Italian style: the best kabobs you’ll find at any kebabe restaurant.
They include: A thick cut of lamb and a lamb shank on the side.
A thick cut sliced of bacon on the bottom and a sausage on the top.
Three slices of bacon wrapped around a kabob sandwich on the back and two slices of sausage on top.
The new additions are a little more traditional.
But they’re good.
And we’re glad they’re on the menu.
They’re not fancy, but they’re delicious.
We like the spicy and crunchy flavors, which contrast with the tender, sweet-meaty flavors of the lamb.
And the most famous thing about these kebobbies is the toppings.
They don’t have to be bread.
They can be fresh veggies, or the kind of cheese you find in a French cheesesteak.
And there are no breadcrumbs to worry about.
The bread is the key to the sandwich’s success.
It’s a bit too moist and the kabobbies end up overcooked.
But the owners say that’s the flavor of the restaurant.
It gives the food a nice, light flavor that doesn’t overpower the meat.
So if you’re in the mood for a nice and hearty lunch, get in on the action.
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