TIL about the “Kapsalon” – a Dutch dish named after a hairdresser consisting of a layer of fries in a disposable metal tray, topped with gyro meat, covered with slices of Gouda cheese, a layer of lettuce, garlic sauce and hot sauce. by whatilearned August 4, 2021, 3:54 pm Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapsalon What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote cheeseconsistingcovereddishdisposabledutchfriesgarlicGoudagyrohairdresserhotKapsalonLayerlettucemeatmetalnamedsauceslicesTILToday I learnedtoppedtray See more Previous article What do you call it when Batman leaves church early? Next article If you ever wonder what a slightly vexed toad looks like. 14 Comments Leave a Reply Sounds delicious! Log in to Reply Extra info: a hairdresser (from a barbershop = kapsalon) had but short breaks and asked the kebab store to just chuck it in a tray and reheat what was on hand so he could easily take it and eat it. At some point other customers said ‘gimme what he’ s having’. And kapsalon was born. Log in to Reply This is brilliant. As someone who grew up in the area, seeing this gain international recognition makes me beyond proud of this absolute abomination!! Log in to Reply In Australia these are often called Halal Snack Packs. Unless you happen to have red hair and run a fish and chips shop in Queensland, in which case you pretend they don’t exist. Log in to Reply “We saw the poutine and made our own” Log in to Reply Yes yes yes yes Log in to Reply Sounds like a good meal. Log in to Reply I see it uses something called “sambal”… is that like salsa/picante? Log in to Reply Heart attack Log in to Reply It’s basically a oven dish but served a lot quicker and full of calories. But since it’s mostly served at halal food places it’s not junkfood. Log in to Reply I’ll take two! Log in to Reply This was my go-to quick food when I lived in the Netherlands. SO good! Log in to Reply Why even bother with the lettuce tbh Log in to Reply I am salivating at the prospect of this. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.