Sometimes the bathroom isn't what makes the bathroom.
The unassuming, yet clean, bathroom of Denis Kebap.
A look in the mirror after eating a Denis Kebap will reveal a happy and satisfied person
We discovered Denis Kebap completely by accident last fall and have been addicted ever since. There is kebab and there is Denis Kebap. It's simply the best kebab I've eaten between Bratislava and Vienna. There are two locations, but we frequent the Bruck an der Leitha shop. It's conveniently located between our home and the Vienna airport - always happy to make airport runs that include Denis Kebap!
|Perfect patio for enjoying your kebab|
|Couldn't even take a moment to capture the full kebap before I devoured about half of it.|
A parliamentarian from the Slovak Nationalist Party said that eating kebabs starts the Islamization of Europe. A few weeks after this statement, a member of the most nationalistic Slovak political party was captured with a delicious kebab in hand. Kebabs are hard to resist. And we're not planning on starting anytime soon.
The night we picked up my brother and sister-in-law from the airport, we rushed quickly to arrive at the Bruck shop about 10 minutes before they closed. Unfortunately, they didn't have enough meat left to make us all kebabs. Fortunately (and this is what keeps us coming back again and again) the owner is an incredibly kind man and offered to call the other shop to see if they had meat to make 4 kebabs. They did, and we rushed off to Neusiedl am See, where we picked up our ready-made sandwiches just at they were closing for the night.
Another visit, we overheard a group of Slovaks agreeing that this is the best kebab around. We couldn't agree more.