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Takeaway Heritage: MacDoner

The Takeaway Heritage project interviews staff at MacDoner in Kemp Town, the kebab shop with the greatest name in the history of kebab shops, not to mention the best homemade pitta bread! Takeaway Heritage documented 35 stories which reveal...

Takeaway Heritage: Kambis

Our Takeaway Heritage series continues with a feature on Kambis, a Lebanese restaurant and takeaway on the Brighton and Hove border. We talk to a chef, a manager and a waiter to find out more about the culture behind the counter. Takeaway...

Takeaway Heritage: Waves

Continuing our Takeaway Heritage series, we talk to Ali and Esmeray who arrived in the UK as refugees from Turkey and have now set up their first cafe. Takeaway Heritage documented 35 stories which reveal the hidden history...

Takeaway Heritage: Ephesus

Kep left Turkey when he was eighteen. He came to the UK to study English so that he could help run his father’s business importing and exporting textiles in Istanbul. The plan was to stay for just two months but somehow Kep found himself settling...

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