Modern Turkish cuisine is an amalgam of influences and cooking traditions from various eras and parts of the world. Kebaboom is an honest-to-goodness cross-section of everything that makes Turkish food so popular.
The traditional kebab can be made in lots of different ways, as reflected in their names. Taking pride of place at Kebaboom is the döner kebap, for which meat is grilled on a rotating spit, the outer layers being shaved off to fill wraps or top salads and fries. Also worth trying is its ayran, a yoghurt-based drink similar to kefir or buttermilk.
The menu is short and to the point, so you never have to wait for more than a few minutes to get what you asked for. There are also options for non-meat-eaters: try the wrap with falafel and the chef’s special sauce.