Mister Zee’s

Mister Zee’s is a new eatery on Bunda Street, opposite the Supabarn entrance to the Canberra Centre. It’s a laid back and chilled place, with seating available for those eating in and quick take-away for those on the go. It’s casual charcoal Middle Eastern food and it’s damn tasty.

Some friends and I met up before going to a movie on a rainy Thursday evening, we got there at 5:30pm so naturally the place was quiet. We stood for a while perusing the blackboard menu and eventually we all decided on the same meal: the Baba Kebab.


The Baba has charcoal chicken, chips, lettuce, tomato, pickles and a toum (garlic sauce). Om nom nom. The kebab has fluffy bread and fresh ingredients – the pickles give it a nice salty kick. The only thing I think I will ask to be added next time is some chilli or something spicy for that extra oomph – but that’s personal preference.

The service was fast and friendly and the food was tasty, I’ll be back for more “pre-movie” dinners I suspect.




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