Kebabs from around the world will be served up at festival.
GET your napkins at the ready as a festival devoted to the kebab is back.
Kebabingham 2019 returns to Birmingham on Saturday, March 2, from 12 noon to 8pm at Mutt in Upper Trinity Street, Digbeth.
The event, organised by street food experts Taste & Liquor, was first held last year.
This year Brummies can expect themed cocktails, craft beers and DJs as well as lots of kebabs.
A spokesman for Taste and Liquor said: "Kebabingham is a foodies' festival like no other.
"If you're fed up with the sub-standard meat shavings offered by the majority of kebab and falafel joints, then head towards Kebabingham for the best pitta in town!" Traders include Veeru Da Dhaba, which serves Indian kebabs with a modern street-food twist "combining British roots with their South Indian heritage".
There will also be authentic Mexican kebabs - called Tacos Al Pastor - from Chalupa Mexican Food, whose team lived and grew up in Mexico.
To cater for Brum's growing vegan community, Taste and Liquor will also serve up a plant-based kebab.
Advance tickets are PS8 for adults, PS10 on the door.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Feb 8, 2019|
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