On the corner of Oxford Street and Poland Street, the site will have three floors and will seat 100 covers.
The venue is billed as immersive, with kebab-themed games and kebab-inspired art courtesy of British artist Philip Colbert aka The Lobster.
Kebhouze says it gives kebabs a premium twist, offering ‘everything from traditional kebabs to kebab burgers and kids meals’.
There are four different proteins offered: kebab meats: chicken, veal and turkey, beef and Planted – Kebhouze’s own pea-protein-based vegan alternative.
“When it comes to the UK, you either go big or you go home. We of course decided to do one better than that and go for the biggest, opening the nation’s largest ever kebab house,” says general manager Oliver Zon.
“Unlike the kebabs most Brits are accustomed to, we offer premium ingredients at a low cost, and prioritise variety, so whether you fancy a wrap, bowl or burger, Kebhouze is here to satisfy your cravings.”
“Our three floor store on Oxford Street is one of a kind; an immersive kebab house packed with entertainment for all ages. Our mission is to ensure Londoners can enjoy kebab in an entertaining and fun setting – all while keeping costs low and quality high.”
Kebhouze was launched by a group of Italian entrepreneurs in 2021 and now operates 25 locations across Italy and Spain.