Unique restaurant, specializing in rotating kebab meats, marinated chicken and leg of lamb roasts. Served on locally baked Turkish-German style flatbread (fladenbrot). We also offer Greek style pita, spinach wraps and ciabatta rolls with house made yogurt sauces and fresh produce. Doners, a hugely popular quick bite in Germany, were originally brought to Berlin in the late sixties by Turkish immigrants who catered it to the busy lifestyles of on-the-go Berliners by sandwich-izing their lunches. Now a days it's like grabbing a slice or a taco in Germany.
What is Gaba Sushi?
You no longer have to settle for sushi made from white rice. Gaba Sushi is a healthy fast food restaurant where you can find sushi made from different types of grains. To top it off, you can customize your plate the way you like it. You will never have to eat an entire roll of the same sushi. Assemble your plate with a variety of pieces. Garnish your plate with vegetables and other toppings. Finish the masterpiece with any sauce you like. Come and experience this one of a kind sushi fast food restaurant. You won’t be disappointed.
What is GABA rice?
The health benefit to sprouted rice is GABA (gamma amino butyric acid). It is an amino acid found in large quantities in germinated brown rice. GABA is important in acting as a neurotransmitter. It helps to maintain balance in the brain and to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Replenishing GABA to the body can have the following benefits: lower anxiety, increased sleep cycle for deeper rest, lower blood pressure, and other improved cardiovascular functions.
The sprouting (germination) process adds a variety of nutrients through the activation of dormant enzymes, while also softening the bran layer. The rice kernel is germinated until the flavor and nutritional benefits are maximized. Subsequently, the germination process is interrupted and the kernel moisture is reduced to pre-germination levels, preserving the nutritional benefits.
Sprouted brown rice has four times the GABA content of regular brown rice, and over seven times the GABA of white rice!