The first EFES Kebab restaurant was opened in Warsaw at Francuska Street in the neighborhood of Saska Kępa in 1994. Very soon, it was ranked by TVN Warszawa as the best kebab restaurant in the city. Over the years, we have been developing our business, with another restaurant opened in Mokotów at Al. Niepodległości Avenue.
Efes Kebab has been there in the old part of the district of Mokotów for quite a long time. Located right beside the gate of the Dreszeera Park, it enjoys an enormous popularity in the nearby neighborhood, with the number of regular guests growing continuously. This is a perfect place to have a nice family lunch at the weekend. Ideal for families with children, who may later have some fun in the playground.
Located at the junction of Zwycięzców and Francuska Streets, this is our first restaurant where we have been serving authentic Turkish dishes for over 17 years. With our Turkish restaurant opened in 1994 in Saska Kępa, we were the first kebab place in Warsaw! This is an iconic place for the residents of Warsaw, ranked by TVN Warszawa as the best kebab place in the city.
You can just come and take a comfortable seat to fully enjoy our exotic Turkish dishes. Call us, and boo a table now. Take your friends and family with you to have a real feast.
If you don’t have much time or you are busy, you may get your favorite dish at our pick-up window. You may also pick up your kebab to take it to your office or home.
On our menu, there are also Urfa, Adana, Veal Shashlik, Ajran, Hummus and other really nice dishes, drinks and add-ins.
EFES Kebab is now famous not only among the residents of Saska Kępa, where Zahir Bilaloglu started his first Turkish restaurant at the junction of Francuska and Zwycięzców Streets. Today, this is a chain of Turkish restaurants serving not only kebab, which is said to be one of the best kebabs in the city. It successfully serves really demanding guests with lots of different culinary experiences. Our first restaurant has become our symbol, setting quality standards to be applied at other locations, cherishing old traditional Turkish recipes.