"One of the nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to EATING."
KEBABERS is considered to be the first Kebab Fastfood in the Philippines. It is the only Persian Fastfood Restaurant that serves affordable yet quality Middle Eastern cuisine with a twist of Filipino taste.
I've first tasted Kebabers when I am still working at UNIONBANK in Pasig dated 2013. They have a little stall/cart that is located inside Lasapin Food Court in Emerald Avenue. They have branches in Katipunan, Kapitolyo, Eastwood City Walk, SM City Fairview, Sky Garden, The Fort & SM City Manila. They are opening a new branch in Robinson's Galleria this September 2014.
|Kebabers at Eastwood City Walk|
Upon researching, Kebabers started out as a small kiosk in St Luke's Medical Center in E. Rodriguez Quezon City back in 2009. Its owners, engaged couples Ms. Mika Baron and Mr. Ron Ong only decided to further expand in 2012 when they've opened up a dine-in store in front of the Ateneo De Manila University (Gate2) in Katipunan. Since then, aside from offering a wide variety of Middle Eastern fare on their menu, Kebabers branches continues to expand as well. Read more here.
On the other hand, Kebab refers to meat that is cooked over or next to flames, large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat. It may be served on plates, in sandwiches, or in bowls. So, kebab does not necessarily mean a skewered or barbecued meat. Read more here.
Kebabers offers Kebab Meal, Cheese Kebab Meal, Shawarma Rice Bowl and Keema Meal. Sides are Beef Pichos (Persian Nachos) Chili Fingers or Dynamite, Twister Fries, Choco Fudge and Sylvanna Balls. They also have Pastas, which is Arab Pasta. And new menus like Chicharo Beef, Curry Curry Chicken, Spicy Beef Stew, Red Curry Beef, Tacos, Froyo Shake and Heaven Cups.
|Kebab beef with cheese|
|Kebab beef with cheese|
One time I had my lunch alone at the Eastwood City Walk. I ordered 2 pieces of the kebab beef with cheese plus the spicy garlic sauce which cost P99 (8$). I haven't tried the other menus yet because I always order this, which is my fave. :)
The restaurant is self service, you place your order at the cashier then they will provide you a gadget that will vibrate once your order is ready.
I still need to try the other menus. I heard that their chocolate fudge made with 50% belgian chocolate is a must try. And its for P59 (5$) only.
So how's your Kebabers experience?