Most, if not all of us love garbing a kebab for lunch, or when out with mates and especially on the way home after a big night out. So finding a decent kebab place is something us Westsiders religiously look for and stick with once we’re happy with the standard. The Westside Seagull was given the task of finding the three best kebab restaurants worth visiting in the western suburbs of Melbourne. It was no easy task, but an enjoyable one nonetheless!

    Below are three kebab places or restaurants visited and enjoyed. They were rated on taste, price sensitivity, cleanliness as well as location.

    Roxy Kebabs
    801C Ballarat Rd, Deer Park

    This is a very busy place and deservedly so because it is good! Great friendly service and a well priced menu attracts many people to this little place on Ballarat Rd, but we also have to admit that they know how to put together some tasty kebabs. Our favourite is the lamb or mixed shish kebab with salad, two dips and some hot Turkish bread on the side. The food does generally take quite a bit of time to get to you, but your patience will pay off as Roxy Kebab is by far the best we have in the western suburbs in our view.

    Rating 9.5/10

    Chubs Kebabs
    80 Harvester Rd, Sunshine (Sunshine Marketplace food court)

    Chubs Kebabs is great for those who love to grab a bite after doing a bit of shopping or maybe before or after catching a movie with friends at Sunshine shopping centre. It is conveniently located inside the food court and appeals to kebab lovers with some great offers. Our favourite of the lot is the chicken kebab deal that comes with fries and a 600ml drink for around $13.50. The meal was absolutely delicious, filling and leaves you quite satisfied to say the least.

    Rating 7.5/10

    Rock ‘N Kebabs
    100 Furlong Rd, Cairnlea

    Located at the food plaza in Cairnlea town centre, this place has a fresh laid back look and feel about it. A nice clean environment with a good range of kebab rolls and platters to choose from as well as hot dogs and other middle eastern sweets. The stand out is the Iskender Kebab which will get your taste buds dancing with happiness, and the good thing here is that you can grab a small or a large serve depending on how hungry you are. Another kebab place that is easily accessible and certainly worth visiting!

    Rating 8/10

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