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Kebab Turki Baba Rafi (KTBR) is one of the most well-known fast-food business Indonesia. Since its opening in 2003, it is still rapidly and constantly expanding. With the fresh, delicious and unique kebab flavours being the driving strength of the company, Kebab Turki Baba Rafi has successfully proven that it is not merely a trend but a strong and consistent business that has far-reaching potential beyond its home country. KTBR is the largest local kebab franchise in Indonesia under the management of PT. Baba Rafi Indonesia, managed by a young team made up of energetic and dynamic workers who are relentless in their dedication, service quality and innovation.

Over the last 10 years, it has grown exponentially with over 1030 outlets across Indonesia and over 20 outlets in Malaysia. Winning numerous prestigious awards and proving over time their professionalism and integrity, PT. Baba Rafi Indonesia is now ready to take KTBR to new heights globally with KTBR Go International.

INKY SDN BHD is the current Master Franchise Holder of KTBR in Malaysia, bringing the opportunity for all Malaysians to become part of the biggest ever-growing local kebab franchise in Indonesia.

About Kebabs

Kebab, (Arabic: کباب‎), (also kebap or kabab) is a Middle Eastern, Eastern Mediterranean, and South Asian dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted or grilled on a skewer or spit originating in the Eastern Mediterranean, where it is mentioned by Homer, or the Middle East, and later adopted in Central Asia and by the regions of the former Mongol Empire and later Ottoman Empire, before spreading worldwide.

Turkish Döner Kebabs

Turkish Döner Kebabs

Pakistani Seekh Kebabs

Pakistani Seekh Kebabs

Sturgeon Kebabs in Turkmenistan

Sturgeon Kebabs in Turkmenistan

Döner kebab, literally “rotating kebab” in Turkish, is sliced lamb, beef, or chicken, slowly roasted on a vertical rotating spit. The Middle Eastern shawarma, Mexican tacos al pastor, and Greek gyros are all derived from the Turkish döner kebab, which was invented in Bursa in the 19th century by a cook named Hacı İskender.

Kebabs in Malaysia are adapted from the Turkish döner kebab. They are generally sold at pasar malam (night markets) and in shopping mall food courts.

Normally, the meat, after being cut from the spit, is pan-fried with onions and hot sauce then placed into a pita bread pocket before being filled with condiments such as tomatoes, mayonnaise, onion, and lettuce.

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