It’s no secret that London likes to have the biggest and the best of things. We’re the proud owners of the UK’s largest building, largest theatre, largest museum, and now (possibly our proudest achievement yet) the largest kebab store. That’s right: as of December 21, Oxford Street will be home to a shiny new kebab shop. And not just any old kebab shop. A three-storey high, immersive kebab shop. Our Christmas wishes have been answered, after all.
The interactive kebab house will feature three floors, jam-packed with Kebab-based dining and entertainment. Kebhouze will offer an exciting and varied menu, custom-made kebab-inspired artwork courtesy of British artist, Philip Colbert, and – wait for it – a kebab-themed arcade.
On the menu at Kebhouze
Bringing a premium twist to a traditional kebab shop menu, Kebhouze will be offering up an extensive menu from breakfast through to dinner, making it the perfect pit(ta) stop at any time of the day. From the traditional kebab wraps to slightly more out-of-the box options such as ke-burgers and ke-bowls, there’s something for everybody – there’s even kids meals available.
Where traditionally they’re served with a side of drunken shame after a night on the town; Kebhouze will be serving theirs with delicious sides including fries, onion rings and the ultimate late-night nibble: nugs.
Four different meats will be available at Kebhouze: chicken, veal and turkey, beef, and their very own pea protein vegan alternative, Planted. Innovative toppings will also be on offer so you can top your kebab with the likes of bacon, olives and cheddar cheese.
The entertainment at Kebhouze
Whilst the lower floors will be for stuffing your faces, the top floor will be dedicated to the interactive arcade. Visitors can expect plenty of kebab-themed games, from the classics to the brand new game they’re developing that will feature their very own Kebhouze mascot: Keb. It really is amazing the things you can do with a kebab these days, hey?
The London store will also feature specially-crafted artwork by Philip Colbert (AKA The Lobster). Colbert’s seven metre art installation will adorn the walls of the second floor and will combine his instantly recognisable style with the fiery reds of Keb’s kebab world.
This new London store is the first-of-its-kind in the UK after a very successful two years for Kebhouze in which they have opened more than 24 stores across Italy and Spain. How kebab-ulous.
Kebhouze will be opening at 159 Oxford Street on Thursday, December 21.