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I didn't think that anything I ordered at kebab shop would be healthy, exactly, but I appreciate that I can get a greasy sandwich of the veggie-heavy sort, too. The Fried Eggplant sandwich ($3.50) is as oily as it sounds, a stew of fried sliced eggplant and peppers with tomato sauce that's rich-tasting and a little greasy but balanced by the tomatoes' sweetness and acid. I'm all for sloppy, indulgent vegetable eats, and this isn't a bad example.
Bereket Turkish Kebab House
187 East Houston Street, New York NY 10002 (map) 212-475-7700
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