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Happy Hour

Beer $7
Wine $7
Jug of Coctails $30

3pm to 5pm

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People started cooking nearly two million years ago by simply tossing a raw hunk of meat into the flames and watching it sizzle.

An estimated three billion people worldwide still cook their meals over open fires.

Fire connects us to our ancestors in a sense and it’s quite civilising, in a way. It brings people together: you anticipate the food you are going to eat, you smell it cooking and then you sit down and eat it together.

 

At least as far back as the 17th century, in the Ottoman Empire, seasoned sliced meat were cooked on a horizontal rotisserie, similar to the cag kebab. The vertical rotisserie was introduced no later than the mid-19th century. The town of Bursa, in modern-day Turkey, is often considered the birthplace of the vertically roasted döner kebab.

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