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|Graeme Beere, David Zebedee|
|Parent||Abrakebabra Investments Limited (AIL)|
When the first Abrakebabra restaurant was opened in Rathmines in Dublin it attracted huge attention catering to late-night crowds with a fresh menu that included introducing the doner kebab to the Irish market.
The Abrakebabra Gold Card (AKA Doner Card) allows the recipient free food for life. It is sent unexpectedly, when a public figure expresses their interest/relationship with the brand. Singer Cheryl Cole received a gold card after telling a radio station that Abrakebabra's kebabs were the best. Actor Colin Farrell stated in an interview that he and Irish musician Bono also have gold cards.
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- Jimmy Kimmel Live (29 March 2019), Colin Farrell Gets Free Kebabs for Life, retrieved 4 April 2019
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