Dining Out

Customer favourite thanks to simplicity

FEATURING traditional dishes with simple flavours is the secret to Berala Kebab House’s popularity and success.

Manager Jason Aslan says life is returning to normal after covid, with customers now able to enjoy a meal, snack or coffee with friends (with safety protocols in place) and local nursing home residents back enjoying their lunchtime orders.
“We’re really looking forward to Valentine’s Day on February 14,” he said.
“We have ordered hundreds of roses for customers and to distribute at the local nursing homes; it’s a tradition my Dad Nev started a few years ago to bring a little joy.”
As another way to thank their loyal customers, Jason is offering a summer special – for every pizza purchased, you will receive a free garlic bread.
With their delicious gozleme among their most favoured items, Jason says their soups are still going strong too.
“Customers love our chicken, lentil and lamb soups,” he said.
“On a steamy day, a piping hot bowl will cool you down because we naturally sweat when we eat warm or spicy foods; many believe it’s the ideal way to start the day.”
Their Turkish style breakfast with Turkish salami, egg, olives, pepper cheese, cucumber and tomato, all served with Turkish bread and Turkish tea, remains a firm customer favourite too.
The menu also includes succulent charcoal chicken dishes, freshly cooked fish and chips, doner and chicken kebabs, burgers, Turkish pides and home-made dips including hummus, baba ganoush, beetroot, garlic, rice pudding, chilli yogurt and tzatziki as well as baklava.
“Order by phone and your meal will be ready for you when you arrive,” Jason said.
The Berala Kebab House is open to dine-in or takeaway 6.30am-10pm, seven days a week, with catering also available.

Berala Kebab House,
157 Woodburn Rd, Berala.
Ph: 9649 2007.