When I think about turkish food in germany, the first thing that pops up in my mind is: Kebab, Döner or lahmacun. But when I heard there was a new place in town with turkish BBQ I had no idea what it expected us.
Last Friday I drove for Dinner to Kreuzberg with one of my dearest friends, Food Blogger and Photographer, Ailine. We decided to try out this new place we heard about.
FES was beautiful decorated: Brick walls, chalkboards and loads of "Fez" hanging on the walls. The guys working there were so warm and friendly, we felt almost at home.
Each table had its own grill. We checked the menu and went for the Humus, Pimentos and aubergines for the side orders. And for the meat? well we got 500 grs of mixed meat: Chicken tighs, chicken breast, leg of lamb, lamb saddle, black angus beef and lamb chop.
The idea is: BBQ your own meat! I was super hungry and has so much to talk (as always) that Ailine took care of the grilling. We couldn't finish the whole meal, way too much for two girls. We enjoyed an Ayran (turkish buttermilk) and some rose wine, and we had a blast.
It was glutenfree, with seating options - With grill - outside, good prices and friendly service. What else can you ask? We totally recommend it, and will go back very soon!
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