Istanbul Kebab

Politických vězňů 933/17, Praha, 11000

  • Phone+420 777917384

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Offering Turkish food.

Open daily 09:00 - 22:00.

Istanbul Kebab

Politických vězňů 933/17, Praha, 11000

2.8 Reviewed by 4 users

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Avoid if possible

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 03.04.2013
I went to this place because of the good reviews I saw on a few sites. Oh, I was so wrong. I still wonder if any of those reviewers ever had a kebab before. Or any turkish food for what matters. So, let me describe my experience in detail. I enter the place and two of the most unfriendly guys you could imagine ask me on a very annoyed tone what I want to order. I ask nicely for a sandwich kebab. What i got was a piece of bread that had... read more

good Turkish food

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 04.12.2010
Today i have visited this restaurant, they offer various different region of Turkish cousine as same as you may have in Turkey. Clean, helpful Cesky and Turkce speaker staff and delicious restaurant.

Istanbul Kebab

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 28.01.2007 (silver reviewer) Silver
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Having visited various kebab houses in Istanbul and London, this is a very poor alternative. Maybe lamb being so expensive in Prague might have something to do with it, but there is no reason why they cannot make more of the chicked dishes. I think the next person who really has the ambition to open a really good kebab house in Prague will have a sure fire winner, I await that day...

not really good

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 26.01.2007
As a Turk, I try to avoid Istanbul Kebab whenever possible. Their food is highly overpriced, doesn't taste good at all, and is not cooked or served the way it is supposed to be. Istanbul Kebab offers a very narrow and modified form of selections. Instead of beef, they use some strange form of lamb meat, which is both fatty and makes the dishes taste much worse than their original taste. Their doner (or kebab, as it's mistakenly called here)... read more