(Nationally, but mostly in NSW, ACT and Victoria.)
THE KEBAB CO
(Based in WA, plus outlets in Victoria and NZ.)
UNCLE TONY’S KEBABS
(Queensland, NT and northern NSW.)
Expect to spend about 2000 kilojoules on a kebab. However watch your choice — some (like THE KEBAB CO’s Doner Kebab) can blow the fat out to nearly two tablespoons. And though UNCLE TONY’S look the best on paper, it’s mainly because they’re much smaller than ALI BABA’s or THE KEBAB CO’s.
A falafel roll is a good choice (and means vegetarians are happy), but some of the other kebabs on offer are just as good.
See the full table for fast food comparisons.