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EPIKebabs (a play on words ‘Epic’ and ‘Kebabs’) have been dishing up great food for over half a decade. Our mission is a simple one: to bring you authentic kebabs with a simple fuss-free menu that is awesome-tasting, generously-portioned and of great value. At EPIKebabs, our kebabs are made fresh daily. We use meat of the best cuts, marinated with a special blend of natural herbs and spices which are then vertically-roasted to perfection. On the grill, the succulent kebab meat cooks evenly, with the juices locked-in and fat dripped away and leaving a healthier, tastier munch. Preparation takes time but it is done meticulously with lots of passion, love and skill because we believe our customers deserve it. *Halal-certified

8 Wilkie Road
#01-17 Wilkie Edge
Singapore 228095

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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Burpple cannot be used because apparently system was down for some time. Ordering system is inefficient and long waiting time even though there was no crowd

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This was such a comforting bowl full of flavour. The pretty generous portion of chicken was so well seasoned, on top of the obviously msg-laden Indomie. Don’t misunderstand me, because I am not complaining. In fact, I knew what I was in for when I ordered the Indomie bowl — that I would be welcomed with a salt fest. I however, am a sucker for comfort food like Indomie and would have it almost any day, and so this bowl was just a huge delight to me. The star of this was not only the very flavourful chicken kebab, but also their epikebab sauce that is both creamy and spicy, truly elevating the flavours of the ingredients in this bowl.


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This paled so much in comparison to the indommeat Chicken bowl. The rice was honestly a tad too dry to my liking and lacking in flavour. Similarly, the beef faced the same issue as well. The sauces — epikebab sauce and garlic mayo did help to mitigate the overall lacklustre taste.


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I've been here years ago to try their kebabs but it seems like their portion size went down by a lot? This pathetic little dish of soggy lukewarm fries and slivers of dry meat costs $4.50 after burpple beyond but even then it's still far from worth it.

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Grab a fuss-free meal at this halal-certified eatery in Wilkie Edge. Dishing up delicious kebab variations at affordable prices, pop by for a classic Chicken Kebab Roll ($8), Kebab Rice ($8), Kebab Sandwich ($9), Meat N' Chips ($8) and Kebab Salad ($8). Complete the meal with a side of salad, chili chips or fries and a drink at just $2.50! Now that's a steal.
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It’s epic for them to name themselves Epik. The main plus is it’s quite cheap, otherwise everything - the pita bread, the meat, the sauce, the fries - is below average. Shiraz is not great either, but it’s way better. On the day I visited, they only had chicken; Shiraz usually offers 3 choices of meat (chicken, lamb, or bœuf)!