Australia has long had a drunken love affair with the kebab. A night out Down Under isn’t complete without huffing down a tangled mess of cheese, meat and tabouli and trying to keep it down while taking a taxi home.

While not our own creation, the humble Turkish döner kebab has since become one of the country’s treasured gems and is now the focus of a new documentary: Kebab Kings.

A fly-on-the-wall look at two Australian kebab shops — one in Sydney and the other in Melbourne — Kebab Kings tells the stories of the people who make the delicacy just as much as the people who splatter their faces with them at 3 a.m. while struggling to see straight Read more…

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‘Kebab Kings:’ Modern Australia’s love for the drunken döner kebab