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UK's biggest ever kebab shop is opening its doors this month

UK's biggest ever kebab shop is opening its doors this month

Kebhouze is set to blow competitors in the kebab market out of the water with it's huge UK base

You might think you've already found your favourite kebab house, but you haven't seen the UK's largest ever one that is opening later this month yet.

Gone are the days of tucking into your takeaway treat while stood on a street corner, as Kebhouze in London will have three huge floors to find a seat on.

The global brand is coming to the UK capital after finding success with its kooky kebab concept across Europe.

A group of Italian entrepreneurs, led by Gianluca Vacchi, came up with the idea in May 2021 after noticing there was a Kebhouze-sized gap in the food market - which they have now filled with 25 stores across Italy and Spain.

The jumbo sized kebab house is now arriving on Oxford Street, ready to serve Brits four types of meat as well as vegan, gluten-free and children's options from its mouthwatering menu.

Kebhouze's frontman, business mogul Vacchi, boasts 22.5million Instagram followers - so he gives his kebabs a run for their money in terms of popularity.

Basically, the food buff reimagined the menus and interior of classic kebab houses and gave them a modern makeover.

Dubbed an 'immersive experience', the restaurant will feature kebab-themed arcades as well as kebab inspired art - courtesy of renowned British artist Philip Colbert, aka The Lobster.

There's a seven metre installation on the second floor which plays homage to his street style lobster while sporting the 'fiery reds of Keb's world'.

Kebhouze

If you don't get distracted by the creative kebab stuff, you certainly will get preoccupied by the interactive arcade games and table football on the third floor of Kebhouze.

The kebab brand is even developing its very own video game starring its mascot 'Keb', which is set to be launched at the beginning of the new year, so that you can take your Kebhouze experience home with you.

The menu is just as engrossing as the entertainment though - and the eatery promises customers will enjoy 'a premium twist to kebabs'.

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You can order Kebab wraps, Kebab burgers and Kebab healthy bowls that are 'packed with flavour' and filled with your favourite of the four meats on offer.

You can pile chicken, veal & turkey, beef and Planted – Kebhouze’s very own pea-protein based vegan alternative - into your kebab alongside the usual trimmings.

But there's also some unique toppings you can go for too, like bacon, olives and cheddar cheese.

Kebhouze

There's fries, onion rings and nuggets to fill up on as well if you're still feeling peckish.

Little ones can much on a Kebby Meal, which is Kebhouze's kids creation in a 'goodie box' which boasts a mini kebab burger, french fries, soft drink and a Kinder surprise.

Whether you're big or little, if you like kebabs - this sounds like the perfect place for you.

Discussing the brand’s expansion into London, Kebhouze general manager Oliver Zon said: "When it comes to the UK, you either go big or you go home. We of course decided to do one better than that and go for the biggest, opening the nation’s largest ever kebab house.

"Unlike the kebabs most Brits are accustomed to, we offer premium ingredients at a low cost, and prioritise variety, so whether you fancy a wrap, bowl or burger, Kebhouze is here to satisfy your cravings.

"Our three floor store on Oxford Street is one of a kind; an immersive kebab house packed with entertainment for all ages. "Our mission is to ensure Londoners can enjoy kebab in an entertaining and fun setting – all while keeping costs low and quality high."

Kebhouze, which is the largest ever kebab house to open in the UK, will open its doors on 21 December.

Featured Image Credit: Kebhouze

Topics: Food And Drink, London, UK News, News