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I have to admit that until last week, I'd never eaten a Doner Kebab ($6) at the Lower East Side's Bereket Turkish Kebab House sober (nor, frankly, noted much about it, besides "this is warm" and "in my two hands"). From a slightly more critical standpoint, it's not quite perfect; the thin cuts slices of lamb and beef have a pronounced lamb-y funk and an awful lot of salt (which I don't mind) and the pita's quite stiff around the edges (which I do). Still, as a total package, it's quite satisying, and a nice late-night alternative to a sloppy piece of pizza. Bring on the hot sauce.
Bereket Turkish Kebab House
187 East Houston Street, New York NY 10002 (map) 212-475-7700
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