I always found proper German Turkish kebabs utterly fantastic compared with the soggy envelope of dead dog shavings you get in the UK.
A good hunk of real bread, filled with recognisable meat, veg and a scorching yet tasty sauce - can recommend.
Not universally true...thankfully. Access to good kebabs is one of the things that makes living in London tolerable...amazing, inexpensive Turkish food is available in most parts of North London.
Green Lanes, near where I live, has practically become a tourist attraction, best Turkish food outside of Istanbul... I was genuinely disappointed when I went on holiday in Turkey.
I love the kebabs, but the stews are my favourite. Lamb and aubergine, chicken and potatoes... mmm... loads of fresh flat bread, rice and/or couscous, salad... A tenner feeds the family.
Oooh and rice pudding!
Ken will tell you.
But yeah, it's weird that German/Turkish thing. Good combination.
Anyway, more importantly GOOD CYCLING MAN. Keep shovelling in the cheese and bread and smoke up - it'll warm your spirits.