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Here’s why Zaytoon is the most important restaurant in Dublin

*craves kebab*

When you come to Dublin... visit Zaytoon for a fresh and cheap meal.

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ZAYTOON: PURVEYOR OF fine kebabs and one of the few places in this city that’s always there for you. In fact, we’re going to go out on a limb and declare it to be the most important restaurant in Dublin.

Here’s why.

First of all, it’s properly delicious.

Zaytoon Kebab

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Zaytoon make kebabs that taste delicious whether you’re sober or in the absolute horrors.

That’s an impressive feat.

And if you have had one too many beverages, it’s an absolute lifesaver

Plus they’re not just about filthy kebabs.

They also have a rather excellent options for vegans/vegetarians.

Not only do they look after drunk Dubliners, they also look after taxi drivers, Gardaí and bus drivers

Well, isn’t that lovely.

zaytoon Source: Zaytoon

They even look after the self-employed

How considerate of them.

Much like the theme song to Friends, it’s always there for you.

Whether it’s lunchtime or 4am.

More importantly, it’s home to the most important piece of art in the country

We are, of course, talking about the Zaytoon Kebab Doctor.

“Good news, Mr. Kebab — you’re gonna make it.”

Still confused about what this doctor on Zaytoon's wall is trying to do to that kebab #kebabsounds #quieteats

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Here’s to you, Zaytoon.

The best restaurant in Dublin.

The real reason for going out on a Saturday night #comeonorder81 #lovindublin

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