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“Great little piece of Europe ”

Qebaptore: A Bite of Europe
Ranked #4 of 224 Restaurants in Suwanee
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Reviewed July 20, 2016 via mobile

I love this place! Great food, great owners! The chicken doner is awesome! Give it a try, it's they have the best doner in gwinnett county, believe me , I tried the all, they don't come close.

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Reviewed July 14, 2016

Get swooped up in some traditional European foods and enjoy authentic dishes, such as the traditional Turkish Döner. A type of kebab grilled on a vertical rotisserie, similar to Greek Gyros, or Mexican Al pastor.
The döner meat is traditionally served in a pita bread, or just by itself with various sides, such as lettuce, tomato, cucumber, or onions.
Daily and fresh preparation is key to an excellent food and here you will find it. The owners take pride in their food and not only does it show, but you can literally taste it.
We tried the Qebapë, the döner, and the burek. Everything was carefully prepared and simply delicious. The pita was airy and light, not weighing down on the juicy and seasoned meats, with tomatoes and crunchy shredded cabbage, finished with a gratifying sauce.
Bring the kids, this place is family friendly, has ample seating, and a nice decor.
Their prices are comparable with other restaurants, so why not eat here and actually eat GOOD food for the same price.

Und für unsere deutschen Freunde: Hier kann mal wieder so richtig gut Döner essen. Der Besitzer hat alle Referenzen eines gelernten Kochs, und er ist lustig. Gönnen Sie sich ruhig mal wieder gutes Essen in den Staaten... hier beim Qebatore, gleich ums Eck, in Suwanee.

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Reviewed July 8, 2016

Great little gem in Suwanee! Sandwiches are stuffed so full, you need a fork. The French onion soup is made right there onsight with a rich, robust broth and gooey cheesy topping. Really terrific!

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1  Thank Tracy R
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Reviewed July 5, 2016

We've been wanting to eat here for a while but for one reason or other we could never make it. Finally today we were able to, and it was so great! Not only the food was amazing (SO delicious!), but the chef who is the owner of this place with his wife was wonderful. Great advice for the food selection, great service, and everything was very fresh. You can definitely enjoy the homemade flavors and it can't get better than that.

We will definitely be back, not only for lunch or dinner, but to enjoy some coffee and delicious pastries too.

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1  Thank Cuki C
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Reviewed May 30, 2016

I vacillated between a three and a four star review here. The food (doners, mainly) is good, the owners are exceptionally friendly. The musak is fantastic and is worth the stop. However, there are definitely some improvements that need to be made, or I'm afraid they won't make it, which is a shame. Hence the three stars.

1)The name is not good--it's impossible to recommend, b/c the name is unmemorable to an American, and it's hidden in a strip center. "I can't remember the name of it, but it's in a strip center somewhere on PIB betwen McGinnis Ferry and L'ville-Suwanee" doesn't exactly narrow it down. And I may not even have the location right, come to think of it. Hard to find and hard to reference.

2) Dessert selections are very slim--just baklava and one other thing on our last visit. Adriatic Grill in L'ville has a huge selection of fresh made desserts at better prices, and essentially the same food at better prices, too. If I want a doner, that's probably where I'm going to head.

3) The attempt to customize sandwiches and other items is nice, but it's a little "too customizable". You want lettuce? This much? A little more? A little more? How's that? How about tomatoes? One? Two? Just put some lettuce and tomato on it and be done with it, or better yet, provide detail as to what comes on it on the menu, and customers can request changes. I was pondering that myself last visit, and they did the same thing to the next customer, which had her chuckling and shaking her head as she walked away from the counter. It takes forever to get through the line, even if it's just you. Can't imagine how it would be if they were busy.

4) Prices are a bit high for what you get (especially the bureks-very small for $5, and doners for around $8). This is not high-demand (Hurray, they finally opened a doner place in Suwanee!!) food. This is "hey try this, you might like it" food. So it needs to be priced accordingly. Once you build a following, then you can nudge the prices up.

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