Kebab is the traditional Turkish response to fast food and at the same time is not unhealthy for you. Given the numerous types of kebabs, we see that they are categorized by the way the meat is cooked. Şiş kebab is grilled cubes of skewered meat. Döner kebab is made by stacking alternating layers of ground meat and sliced leg of lamb on a large upright skewer, which is slowly rotated in front of a vertical grill. As the outer layer of the meat is roasted, thin slices are shaved off and served. There are numerous other grilled kebabs including those cooked in a clay oven. 'Kebapçı' is by far the most common and the least expensive type of restaurant, ranging from a hole in the wall to a large and lavish establishment.