When people think of kebabs they think of a drunken night out and stumbling to the closest van or food truck to grab a big ol’ kebab to sober up. You all know about HSP packs and kebabs but have you had a HSP burger? No? Let me take you down to Rambo’s Kebabs in Clayton. Situated right next to the petrol station, you can either park at the servo or on the side street. The staff are friendly and efficient and will make sure you get your drunken (or in my case sober) feed.
A night out in town means a night of snacking! We stumbled our way towards Biggie Smalls in Windsor at 11pm and there was hardly anyone there. We got in and was served real quick. With hip hop playing in the background, the food turned up oh so quick and we were famished!
It was time to see Baby A so Daddy bear and I were at the airport waiting to board our flight. It was almost lunch time so we definitely had to get something to eat and Daddy bear suggested kebab. There was only the one place we saw and so we headed over to Ali Baba in the food court.
It was a late Saturday night (well for me anyway) and I was craving kebabs. Luckily for me, the babies just came home (party animals WOOOHOO!) and I convince them to drive us to get some KEBABS YO! We went Abb’s kebabs because we heard it’s good and its quite newish.
We were in the Bundoora area and it was 1:30pm and I was getting a little hangry which meant Mr D had to feed me immediately or else all hell breaks loose (yep, typical girls…). We decided to have kebabs and we walked in and the owners were gorgeous. They were so polite, lovely and so adorable. I decided to get the lamb kebab without any onions and with extra cheese for $9 and Mr D also got the lamb kebab in a combo which came with chips and a can of coke for $14. We got the coke from the fridge ourselves and sat down and they brought the food over – very quick service.