Monday, December 19, 2011

Chef Dogan's Turkish Grill

It was a rainy Saturday evening, and I noticed something unusual along Katipunan Avenue...a vacant parking slot at Chef Dogan's Turkish Grill and Restaurant. I immediately made a right turn to claim the slot. Tonight is kebab time, thanks to the vacant parking slot.

Chef Dogan's kebab platters.

Hummus and Babaganoush.

The Mix Salad (P 185) Sampler consisting of Russian Salad (potatoes, carrots and green peas), Babaganoush (eggplant, bell pepper, tomato and parsley), Mutabel (eggplant, yogurt), and Hummus (chickpeas) with pita bread.

The Kebab Platter with ground beef kebabs (P 255) and rice (you may opt for pita bread instead) with a refreshing onion and parley side salad. With garlic and chili sauce, you're all set to go.

The Kusbasi Platter or Beef Tenderloin (P 355), with rice and the onion side salad.

Drizzle the kebabs with the garlic and chili sauce, lots of it, and enjoy. Good food and great value for money. If you get stuck in traffic along Katipunan Avenue, just pull over for a kebab. 

Chef Dogan is located at 221-E, Katipunan Avenue, Project 4, Quezon City. You may call 913-0764 for inquiries or deliveries.

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  1. I love kebab but I haven't tried Chef Dogan's Turkish Grill yet. I've been pretty much fixated with Mr. Kebab and Mano's Greek Taverna but I'll definitely visit it one of these days. Thank you for sharing this food dude!

  2. Hi Yedy, I should try Mano's Greek Taverna, a friend mentioned this too. Thanks for the tip, Yedy!


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