3. Kotti Berliner Doner Kebab

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This delicious Turkish street food has an interesting backstory in relation to German history. After World War II, the migration of Turkish people to West Berlin brought an entirely new cultural group to the country, introducing Germany to the Doner Kebab, which quickly grew and became widely popular among the people. Founder of Kotti Berliner, Ekran Emre, had eaten doner all his life until he moved to New York, where he could not find decent kebab in the entire city. And so came the birth of Kotti Berliner Doner Kebab.

This restaurant uses antibiotic-free meats and local produce in its cooking, making the food both healthy and delicious. Along with Doner Kebabs, it also serves sandwiches and salads just as tasty as its namesake dish. This Turkish/German hybrid results in what we believe to be some of the most delicious European food in Industry City.

Location: 220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY