Owners A.J. Akbar and Tony Farmand bring the authentic and hard-to-find kebabs and shawarma to southern California with the 1,800 sq. ft. restaurant and an estimated 40-person capacity that will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
“North County residents have been begging for The Kebab Shop for over four years,” said Tony Farmand, a Holland native and owner of The Kebab Shop. “Our combination of only the freshest and most authentic ingredients is what locals and visitors alike love and crave.”
The Kebab Shop serves an array of healthy and authentic options. Döner kebabs, originally from Turkey, are offered in spiced lamb, marinated chicken or falafel with a mix of fresh vegetables, a creamy garlic yogurt sauce and homemade spicy sauce.
Flavorful Shawarma sandwiches on soft, fluffy rolls, shish kebab plates, rotisserie plates, Iskender kebab (rarely found in the U.S.), Saffron rice and a selection of fresh salads including the Bebe Caprese salad, Tabouli, and Algerian Eggplant salad complete the extensive menu.
The coastal eatery, located at 127 North El Camino Real #E in the Encinitas Village Shopping Center in Encinitas, Calif. is slated to open mid-October.
For more information on The Kebab Shop, a complete list of menu items and locations visit http://thekebabshop.com/
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About The Kebab Shop
A.J. Akbar and Tony Farmand took over the successful eatery in San Diego’s East Village in 2008. The owners opened the next location in Mira Mesa in 2009 and a third location in Encinitas in 2011. The owners are currently working on opening a fourth location in the near future. The Kebab Shop menu consists of the freshest ingredients to create delectable Turkish Döner kebabs, shawarma plates, fresh salads and sides including hot French Fries and Saffron rice.
Escape to your European getaway with one of the noteworthy menu items, offered every day of the week in Encinitas Village Shopping Center.
The Kebab Shop will be located at 127 North El Camino Real #E and open daily, Monday-Saturday (11 a.m. – 10 p.m.) and Sunday (11 a.m. – 9 p.m.).
To learn more, visit http://thekebabshop.com/