Best kebab Paris

Where to Find the Best Kebab in Paris

On the hunt for the best kebab in Paris? Don’t fret, our inside guide has the lowdown on the best Turkish, Berliner, Greek and Lebanese kebabs in the city. From Donner to Gyros, the city has so many great options for kebab lovers!

A great way to eat cheaply in Paris, there are a lot of kebab restaurants and takeaways in the city – but where are the best? In this guide we’ll deep dive into the spots where only the locals know and give you recommendations on where to get the best Parisian kebabs.

Our Favourite Kebabs in Paris

We list restaurants in no particular order and only spots that we think that are worth of the title ‘best kebab in Paris’!. Note that all restaurants listed are halal.


Voted the best kebab in France in 2024 by (a French website that takes kebabs very seriously), Streaters is certainly worth the detour if you’re after a great kebab. Dig further and you’ll find only glowing reviews on Google as well – that’s no mean feat.

So is it really that good? You bet it is. From the service (which is very friendly) to the cleanliness the restaurant is impeccable. The food is, of course, the highlight and their kebabs are killer. Their Berlin style kebab comes in a French kebab style bread. The bread is excellent and the meat is well seasoned and well cooked. They go the extra mile with the toppings which include pickled red cabbage, feta, roasted aubergine and grilled peppers. Their sauces, sauce blanche (a kind of garlic mayo) and spicy sauce are all home made and are very good. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the east of the city!

What to know before you visit

  • Open 12-4pm, 6-10:30pm
  • They’re closed on Sundays
  • There’s limited space to eat in

Address: 39 Rue des Pyrénées, 75020
Tel: 01 40 33 00 59


One of my favourites and my old local kebab shop when I was living in the 11th arrondissement, Surpriz serves awesome Berliner style kebabs. One of the first Berlin style kebab restaurants in Paris that hit the city 5 years ago, Surpriz is one of my go-to’s especially after hitting the bars on rue Oberkampf.

surpriz Paris

Their Gemüse Döner kebabs are a beautiful thing to behold. The chicken doner meat is fresh off the spit and is perfectly cooked. The high turnover does mean that there’s no chance of reheating old meat and I’ve never had any dry meat from Surpriz. Just like in Berlin the meat is stuffed into a Turkish pide flatbread along with 3 optional sauces (chilli, herb and garlic). The kebab is then topped off with a mountain of bright, fresh salad, feta cheese and lemon juice. It’s superb and everything is made in-house. Oh and don’t forget to order a side of their amazing house fries.

Doner kebab & fries are €9.60 which is on the pricier side but I think it’s certainly worth it.

What to know before you visit

  • Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner
  • They tend to sell out late in the evening so go on the early side to avoid disappointment


110 Rue Oberkampf, 75011
28 Boulevard Saint-Denis, 75010


Casse Croute Grec

In the mood for a Greek gyros (or in French, sandwich grec)? Time to hope to the other side of the city, to the 5th arrondissement and to the famous rue Mouffetard. Casse Croute Grec is a long running Greek kebab shop and previous winner of the coveted Best Kebab in France prize.

The owner, who still serves at the restaurant today, is kebab veteran and boy does knows what he’s doing. His grec pita kebab with fries comes in at €7.50 which is very reasonable and you get a lot for your money. I’m a big fan of this kebab, the bread is tender yet a little crispy on the outside and the meat is really well seasoned and has a mega crust. The fries are good and their house tzatziki is superb. Like all good kebab shops everything is made in house. Don’t forget to get a bottle of Greek beer with your order as well!

casse croute grec pita

What to know before you visit

  • Open every day of the week and until 1:30am on weekends
  • Limited counter space available to eat in

Address: 4 rue de l’Ecole Polytechnique, 75005
Tel: 01 56 24 22 98

Biyo Dürüm

Biyo Dürüm is a fantastic little Turkish kebab restaurant near the Place de la Bastille in the capital’s 12th arrondissement. The small restaurant is bright and airy with an open kitchen where you can see them making the home made bread and their charcoal grill. Now Biyo Dürüm don’t make traditional döner kebabs, they do more grilled meat style kebabs. Cooked over charcoal you get an incredible charred, smokey flavour and the other toppings are all fresh and prepared in-house.

My favourite kebab is their grilled lamb kebab (le dürüm agneau) which has cubes of marinated lamb leg grilled to medium over charcoal. It’s then wrapped with salad and the freshly made wrap – it’s delicious. Prices are decent but the ingredients are more premium compared to the average kebab – expect around €8-9 per kebab.

What to know before you visit

  • Open 12-4pm, 6-10:30pm
  • They’re closed on Sundays
  • There’s limited space to eat in

Address: 144 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75012
Tel: 07 82 47 65 38


Another fantastic Turkish restaurant serving up some killer kebabs, Ozlem is located in the 10th arrondissement on rue des Petites Écuries. Extremely popular with locals, you’ll often find a queue outside of the restaurant during peak times. The small inside dining space has a few onto the open kitchen where you’ll see the staff working their magic making all the food in-house.

The menu revolves around different types of meat (veal, lamb, turkey and chicken) grilled in different ways and served in either a durum wrap or on a plate with sides. They’ve got a traditional veal doner kebab which is excellent and comes dressed with sumac onions and parsley. Absolutely worth a visit if you’re in the area and want a delicious kebab!

What to know before you visit

  • Open from 11:30am – 4:30pm
  • They’re closed on Sundays
  • There’s limited space to eat in

Address: 57 R. des Petites Écuries, 75010
Tel: 01 47 70 37 87

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