Last Stop Kebab is the night bus we truly need.
People may frown when you scoff down a post-sesh snack on public transport, but not at London’s newest kebab joint. That’s because Last Stop Kebab, now open up in Edmonton, is serving grab and go Turkish food from inside a renovated London bus – making it one of the capital’s quirkier takeaway options.
So Turks have turned this bus into a kebab shop looooool I’ve seen it all now #LastStopKebab pic.twitter.com/VDxYqxh97S
— Erkin Hassan (@broskifitness) February 11, 2020
The kebab bus opened at the end of January, and now serves a restorative blend of kebabs, flatbreads, and chips to hungry punters, from 11am to the wee hours of 3am. You enter, as is standard practice on most London buses, through the front door, and swing right to find yourself opposite the kitchen counter.
Once you’ve collected your order, you can either take off to eat it from the comfort of your own bed, or head upstairs, where the upper deck has been repurposed as a dining area – complete with a fetching TfL moquette on the seats.
Sadly, it can’t then whisk you home, but at least you can make sure that hunger gets left in the rearview mirror…
Find it on the corner of Bridport Road and Commercial Street, N18 1HA. Nearest station is Silver Street.
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