Okey fastfood but a little bit rude staff. A lot of food for the foodie and the aioli was good. I took a kebab role and was pleased
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A friend had recommended the place as one of the good kebab places in town. The kebab was dry, the fries were plastic and the dish just generally looked a bit dull. There are better places to eat kebab in Stockholm.
Folkets is one of countless kebab places in Stockholm, and they're very much the same. Prices are acceptable, and the food's OK. No more - no less.
we love kebab shops in europe. so, looking for dinner, we were excited to find such a good one. they had a standard kebab for 39 kr, which is a bargain and it was quite filling.
Went here after a long day of travelling and the friendly, local atmosphere and generous portions of food were such a comfort. The falafels we had were the most delicious I have ever tasted! I couldn't finish mine so I took them home in a napkin for my lunch the next day. The staff are friendly and welcoming too! :-)
I stay in Stockholm a lot and I like to have a Kebab, its my "sin" food when away on business and I have tried a few places but this is the best by a country mile. The portions are huge, I once bought two and that was a mistake as one is huge. Meat is nice and thick and... More