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At BabaBoom, kebab is given a total facelift: instead of questionable meat on a skewer, puffy Persian flatbreads are topped with generous portions of high-quality charcoal-grilled meats and charred vegetable counterparts. Small, bright, and styled with exposed brick and colorful kitchen chairs, BabaBoom feels homey like a friend's flat, and the cuisine is just as vibrant. Tender meats like cabrito kid goat adana and rotisserie lamb shoulder (which, by the way, you'll never find at your local chippy) can be placed on a flatbread or fattoush salad, and are brimming with bold flavor, thanks to the aromatic herbs and slow-burning process the trio of co-owners uses. Finish it off with the Rotisserie Pineapple Castle (slow-roasted marinated pineapple with yoghurt ice cream, tahini, and pistachio) and you'll officially be hooked on this hidden gem.

BabaBoom London Middle Eastern food restaurant
London

BabaBoom

BabaBoom

At BabaBoom, kebab is given a total facelift: instead of questionable meat on a skewer, puffy Persian flatbreads are topped with generous portions of high-quality charcoal-grilled meats and charred vegetable counterparts. Small, bright, and styled with exposed brick and colorful kitchen chairs, BabaBoom feels homey like a friend's flat, and the cuisine is just as vibrant. Tender meats like cabrito kid goat adana and rotisserie lamb shoulder (which, by the way, you'll never find at your local chippy) can be placed on a flatbread or fattoush salad, and are brimming with bold flavor, thanks to the aromatic herbs and slow-burning process the trio of co-owners uses. Finish it off with the Rotisserie Pineapple Castle (slow-roasted marinated pineapple with yoghurt ice cream, tahini, and pistachio) and you'll officially be hooked on this hidden gem.