Kebabs have become a staple food worldwide, especially popular in cities across Europe, providing a cheap, filling meal that's perfect after a few drinks. This trend finally made its way to Korea when Mr. Kebab opened its doors in Itaewon in 2009. Opened by a Turkish expat who had been living in Korea for over a decade, it's since expanded into two other locations as well as a few subsidiary restaurants serving Turkish food across Seoul. Mr. Kebab serves up lamb and chicken kebabs in a wide variety of styles; wraps, pilaf, and sandwiches are all available to order. There are also falafel options available for vegetarians. The restaurant is open an incredibly convenient 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, making it a favorite of Itaewon partygoers on the weekend.
192 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea 192
Take Line 6 to Itaewon Station and go out Exit 3. -> Walk straight about 80 meters. Mr. Kebab will be on your right.