Friday, 22 June 2012

Best Bush Kebab?

It's time for a poll. Following the previous two we have now established the Nepalese Tandoori as the purveyors of Shepherd's Bush's finest curries. while the Defector's Weld enjoys Favoured Pub status within W12.

But there's a clamour for an answer to another question - just who does the Best Bush Kebab? We're not short of fast food options round these ere parts but there are some seriously good islands of good cuisine among the rest of the cheap n nasties.


But which is the best? Many of you have said you need to know. It's important.

As we did with the Best Bush Pub poll please let me know, using the comments, which establishments you think are worthy of being on the Best Bush Kebab ballot paper. The ten with the most nominations will make it onto the poll and then we'll have a week of voting.

Take it seriously. People died for your right to vote. May the best kebab purveyor win.

25 comments:

  1. Terribly don't know its name but the one next door to the Tesco express on Uxbridge Road is pretty good and seems to be always open when I in need of a kebab and its round the corner.

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  2. sounds like a vote for Sayed ul Sadaat

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  3. It's got to be King Solomans for me, but you knew I'd say that.

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  4. not even a contest: Sayed ul Sadaat

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  5. shahi nan on the other hand is terrible, yet always busy.

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  6. Woody's Grill is pretty good

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  7. Needs some representation from the Askewuniverse; Delight Kebab House for sure :)

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  8. king Solomon is overpriced-the one next to Tesco every time.

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  9. No question Bush kebab award should go to King Solomans!!

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  10. Woody's gets my vote as you can watch the meat a-sizzlin' over the charcoal and it is reet tasty, busy with a huge mix of people, and service is friendly and . Is Sayed ul Sadaat what used to be Al Shabab? Always good too!

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  11. where's king solomons?

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    1. it's next door to the mosque on Uxbridge Rd. near the Bush Hall.

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  12. Delight Kebab House on Askew Road has my vote. Large chicken shish with chilli and garlic sauce is unbeatable!

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  13. I'll need to test solomon's and delight always looks good when I walk by.

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  14. The one next to tesco i think,syed al sadaat has a really nice shish kebab but King solomons come in very close.I need to try woody's.

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  15. King Solomon's for sure! although shahi nan sometimes is quite good even if inconsistent.

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  16. King Solomans has to win it... if you think the kebabs are amazing (and they are), you should try the falafel wraps. Best in London. And probably beyond.

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  17. I reckon it depends on what kind of kebab you're after.. My vote goes to Woody's for lamb shawarma, Naama for chicken shish and King Solomon's for chicken shawarma.

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  18. Harana make a mean mix kebab.

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  19. I always used to go to Grill Master in the Market for a kofta wrap. Very nice.

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  20. Woody Grill no doubt!

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  21. Soloman's has falaffels better than Mr Fallafel: surely not?

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