kebab or burger?
>inb4 eurocucks say kebab
both are great. comparing a good kebab to a good burger, the kebab comes out on top in a simplistic way, where the meat is superior flavor and the freshly baked bread is soft and delightful. the the burger wins in a more complex way, where there exists a great combination and matching of condiments and toppings (for example: mushroom and swiss, chipotle avocado burger, etc)
Is it rare to own a car in 'Nam?
As long as it's a proper Finnish burger and not a shitty American one.
3 tacos de suadero,3 de pastor con extra piña, y un boing de guayaba porfa. Se cobra, no?
Nigga that shit is plain as fuck. Pour some salsa verde on that shit and you might have something going. Turks can't handle any spice whatsoever so their food comes out as dull as my tits.
Good burgers are better than kebab but fastfood burgers are shit
I ate it with coriander and onion with lemon. My taste buds were fairly disappointed desu abi. I will admit that I liked iskender, but the Iranian place that did felafel was the best in Turkey.. I lived in Kayseri for a year if that helps explain my disgust for Turkish food.
>represents oppression, regression, and barbarism
>thin bread lacks necessary carbohydrates
>meat is bland and tasteless
>terrible meat-veggie ratio
>loved by limp-wristed, snobby, marxist intelligentsia for being "fresh" and healthy
>represents honor, loyalty and the freedom of all men
>fluffy, delicious bun
>greasy, tasteful meat
>contains the energy needed for an ubermensch to function and achieve great things
>meat is the star of the show
>hated by limp-wristed, snobby, marxist intelligentsia for being too free and hearty
If anyone said kebab, you are not welcome in my country. Thanks
you know americans in early 90's you, western world was so cool and good, and we russians looked at you like at weird but cool place. why all you began to be so gay? just write this because when i saw thread first thing that i thought was:
"burger is gay kebab is muslim fuck both"
My gripe with lahmacun mostly stems from the fact that it is almost as expensive as a doner while not being able to fill you up as much.
Love me some gozleme though. Especially if it's not some crusty old bitch who will make me a potato, spinach and cheese mix. Karishik gozleme is my shit.
Burger. But the place I used to go to closed and now the only burger places near me are McDonald's or a kebab place that does burger. So now I make my own burgers, because I don't trust either of them.
Kebab is fucking awful, pita gyros is far better. Better meat, better bread, better vegetables, better sauces, and even fucking fries! Kebab feels and tastes like you're eating paper and cardboard trash drenched in garlic.
I've literally never heard of kebab in the sense of a sandwich before this board
in America we call them gyro's
>Kebab is fucking awful, pita gyros is far better. Better meat, better bread, better vegetables, better sauces, and even fucking fries! Kebab feels and tastes like you're eating paper and cardboard trash drenched in garlic.
>My gripe with lahmacun mostly stems from the fact that it is almost as expensive as a doner while not being able to fill you up as much.
Can't blame the food for the sellers being untilmate jews to behonest.. Lahmacun costs like half what a döner sandwich costs here. It's slightly more expensive if you get the Lahmacun filled with döner meat, but apparantly that's not very traditional... Neither is garlic sauce and hotsauce, but that shit is obligatory for kebab in this country.
Here they put the bread into these panini toasters before filling it
>Implying you ever had turkish food in your 3rd world favela shithole
>implyin i want to have turkroach food made with hairy sweaty turk hands
THIS IS WHAT GERMANS EAT C U C K M A N Y
>he is an arab muslim thinking they are people
CANT MAKE THIS SHIT UP EUROPE
What the fuck?? Do they fill lahmacun with döner? It's the first time I hear this. It's kind of a good idea though. Maybe I should buy döner and lahmacun separately and then try it.
You don't dürüm döner there?
It's like lahmacun without the topping. But here you can also get lahmacun filled with kebab.
Its super good.
Well, if you don't say burger between those two then you've likely never had a proper one.