Kebab shops in Europe can be compared to taco shops in the US. They're generally very small "hole in the walls" with very simple menus, usually consisting only of doner kebabs, shawarma and fries. There are a couple on every street corner; wherever you look, you're likely to find one, rotating lamb and all! The Kebab Shop has taken that concept and broadened the appeal. We have added a number of freshly prepared salads, a selection of shish kebab plates, the Iskender kebab, saffron rice and, of course, French fries. The Kebab Shop is in a category of its own. It's an assembly of influences. The Kebab Shop isn't specifically one thing. What kind of food is it? Well, if you have to categorize it as something, you could call it "California-Mediterranean with a Euro-Turkish influence." How's that?