Arsenal ace got engaged to Amine Gulse earlier this year as the pair plan to wed in her hometown of Istanbul
The playmaker took a break from the Gunners’ training ground to visit his favourite jaunt called Likya in the heart of London.
Mesut Ozil took his girlfriend for lunch at a Turkish kebab house in London
Amine Gulse was crowned Miss Turkey in 2014
Ozil, who has Turkish heritage, was joined alongside his stunning missus who was crowned Miss Turkey in 2014.
It’s not the first time the 28-year-old has been snapped in the kebab shop having been trusted to carve the meat earlier this year.
The pair looked stylish with both donning ripped jeans when they exited the store before walking to Ozil’s silver Mercedes.
Ozil got engaged to the Turkish beauty earlier this year after the pair kept a low profile dating.
Gulse, who has appeared on Turkish television series Asla Vazgecmem, does modelling in her spare time and has racked up almost one million Instagram followers.
And whilst her future hubby enjoys his day off, he will be back on the training ground on Friday ahead of a crunch clash against Stoke on Saturday.
Amine Gulse got engaged to Mesut Ozil earlier this year and are due to get married in Istanbul
Mesut Ozil had a break from training ahead of a clash against Stoke on Saturday
The playmaker’s future is still unknown at Arsenal with just 12 months left on his contract
Amine Gulse enjoys trip back to Turkey with Mesut Ozil
The pair kept a very low profile when they first started dating
Amine Gulse shows off her engagement ring on her finger
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil speeds across open water in speedboat at 130mph
The Gunners thrashed Mark Hughes’ side 4-1 last season but they will have to do it without Alexis Sanchez this time around.
The wantaway Chilean will sit out with an abdominal injury as speculation over his future continues to mount.
Manchester City want to tempt Arsenal into cashing in with a £60million offer.
But French boss Arsene Wenger has remained defiant in his stance that he will stay at the Emirates for at least one more year.