Filling, affordable and oh-so-satisfying.Slinging some of the best lahmacun your Euro can buy, this tiny Kurdish sandwich shop on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis in the 10th arrondissement has been open for over 15 years. From the hand-rolled dough to the wood burning charcoal grill, everything is cooked to order and assembled right in front of you. The charred savour and crisp-come-soft chew of the homemade bread is something to write home about.The straightforward menu offers a handful of dürüm, including ground beef, free range chicken, lamb and lamb's liver, as well as a vegetarian option. Take your pick, you can't go far wrong whichever path you choose. However, leave without a lahmacun in hand at your own peril: lamb mince and spice and everything nice - AKA tomato, parsley and onion.A must-visit when in Paris!
Dürüm kebab with hand-rolled dough and wood burning charcoal grill
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