KOTTI BERLINER DöNER KEBAB IN THE NEWS
Turkish-German Döner sandwiches wow at Industry City’s Kotti
MAY 2, 2017
"A new sensation on the Brooklyn dining scene, Kotti Berliner Döner Kebab wows. They debuted there in April, 2016, and the rest has followed rapidly, probably because the partners have hit the sweet spot, namely, “meeting the demand of consumers asking for nutritious, healthy food in a friendly environment where the customer comes first.”
NOVEMBER 16, 2016
"You’ve probably eaten at every single food stall at Smorgasburg. Twice. But this summer even the most seasoned New Yorkers are in for a treat, with tons of new names to get excited about, like Big Mozz, BrunchStreet, The Choripan, Wowfulls, Kotti Berliner [Doner Kebab}, and so, so much more."
THE TASTE BUD REPORT
NOVEMBER 16, 2016
"They have fresh cut veggies right in front of you, and you get to choose what veggies you would like in the sandwich. Plus, with the addition of freshly grilled chicken, feta cheese, and my choice of dressing I leave ecstatic every time."
"Deutsche eröffnen New Yorks erste Döner-Bude" (An Idea Borne of a Growling Stomach...Germans Open New York's First Döner Stand)
OCTOBER 24, 2016
"The Döner kebab pioneers are now dreaming of making the Turkish-German specialty popular throughout the United States." Click here to read the English translation of the article.
"Erkan Emre and Michael Stark are now taking a somewhat different route to introduce New Yorkers to German gastronomy. A few months ago, they opened a food cart in the borough of Brooklyn, where they sell what they call "Berlin street food." At first glance, the food they sell probably wouldn't strike many Americans as typically German. That’s because Emre, 39, and Stark, 49, aren't serving up bratwurst and pretzels, but döner kebab."
"Kotti serves the German street food version of Turkish döner kebab, and its absolutely delicious. With marinated meat, better than the most meat skewers you’ve had, roasted on a spit with the usual döner ingredients, makes this German street food staple a must have."
"The doner kebab that made its way from Turkey to Germany... [with] traditional doner fixings... clouds of feta and better mean than you've ever eaten off a skewer—or grilled vegetables, this is 2016—served on either foccaccia like Turkish pide-bread or pretzel bun."
"The doner kebab made its way to Berlin by way of Turkey and now the German street-food favorite has arrived at Smorgasburg...The tender, spit-roasted chicken is hormone-free, the vegetables are organic...resulting in a satisfying sandwich that’s layered with multiple textures and flavors."