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Introduction

Jimmy, who travelled from Turkey in 2015, operates this popular kebab shop in the heart of Walking Street.

We have all done it haven’t we? Left the pub or the disco and went in search of a late night kebab shop. Of course in Pattaya, you never have to walk far for food at any time of the day but its always nice to know that you can enjoy a delicious kebab from Jimmy. There are nine staff employed at this venue, which has been in business since 2011.

The Restaurant

As you approach the venue, you will notice it easily, for it sports a red and white sign above the entrance with its name emblazoned on it. Below the name, you will see a few images of food available such as Hamburgers, Chicken Shish Kebab and Doner Kebabs.

As you walk in, you are presented with a venue decorated mainly with reds and a variety of photographs on the walls. A long mirror gives the impression of spaciousness and a number of dark wood tables and chairs are supplied for those who wish to sit in.

Chicken and lamb cook on the rotisseries, presenting the customer with a wonderful aroma. It is hard not to desire the food on offer after your sense of smell has had such a treat.

Small signs advertise various pita bread offerings and fridges are stocked with a range of soft drinks and bottled beers.

The Food

Customers can select from the usual range of kebabs expected from a Turkish supplier along with items such as Turkish Meatballs, Mixed Doner Meat, Meatballs served in Pita Bread or a tasty soup.

Soups include Lentil, Humus and Beans and they also do a range of wraps with assorted fillings. A Beef Roll, Chicken in Pita Bread and even pizza is available. If none of this is to your liking, then try a Cheese or Chicken Burger with French Fries.

As Walking Street is a dead zone during the daylight hours, this venue opens at 17:00 and remains open until 05:00, catering for the many club goers who are on the go well into the early hours of the morning.

Conclusion

You cannot beat a kebab after a good night on the town and this kebab shop comes highly recommended by many. Only way to find out of course is to take a walk in, and order something tasty.

As Walking Street is a dead zone during the daylight hours, this venue opens at 17:00 and remains open until 05:00, catering for the many club goers who are on the go well into the early hours of the morning.

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