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Riisikebab at Eerikin Pippuri

Place

Eerikin Pippuri at Myyrmanni

PRICE

lunch set 9.9 eur, with soft drink, and tea/coffee

RICE

Rice is thin and long, oily. Not salted.

KEBAB

Kebab meat has some salty taste, but doesn’t have much umami, but definitely the taste of pepper! Now I understand why this restaurant chain is called Eerikin Pippuri / Eerikin(it’s a abbreviation of the street name "Eerikinkatu") Pepper!


Kebab meat is thin. Oily but not juicy (maybe because it’s thin)


Maybe because of the strong pepper taste, somehow it reminded me of the taste of a beef jerky.


On top of the kebab was thick tomato sauce and some creamy sauce. 


SALAD

Salad: lettuce leaves, 2 slices of tomato, slices of onion, two jalapenos


White and reddish-white sauce


CONCLUSION

The pepper is adding a nice extra taste, but I wished there were a bit more tomato sauce on top to add the umami to otherwise flavor-less meat. But then again usually kebab meat in Finland are flavor-less, and considering that, the added pepper taste is making this something special.

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