posted on March 2, 2017 at 1:24 pm
The chicken sandwich and fries at Keba.
PHOTOGRAPH BY JENNIFER ZYMAN.
Georgia-based chain KEBA (pronounced Kay-Bah) specializes in a spin-off of döner kebap, a type of Turkish sandwich you can find on nearly every street corner in Germany. Traditionally, it is made with shaved meats from a rotating spit and served on pita bread. KEBA’s sandwiches are a bit different: They feature a soft, white European-style roll that makes for a sturdier sandwich than split pita, which tends to fall apart under the weight of the meat and veggies. You can build a sandwich on this bread, a whole wheat wrap, or as a “K-bowl” (sandwich fillings without the bread). For protein, diners can choose from marinated pork, beef, and chicken roasted on a vertical spit, along with lamb, falafel, and feta. If you are feeling especially gluttonous, you can opt for an “Über Keba,” which includes chicken, beef, and pork.
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