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German Doner Kebab to open Sheffield restaurant in heart of the city centre

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German Doner Kebab is coming to Sheffield with a new restaurant set to open in the city centre.

The kebab chain, which is popular in London and has launched in north cities in recent years, will base their new Sheffield branch in High Street.

The brand now has over 90 restaurants worldwide and the Sheffield establishment will create 40 new jobs.

You can find out more about Yorkshire’s foodie faves by visiting our food and drink homepage

Daniel Bunce, GDK’s managing director for the UK and Europe, said: “We’re delighted to officially announce plans to bring the German Doner Kebab experience to Sheffield.

“Our game-changing kebabs are revolutionising the kebab in the UK and we are excited to be bringing a new fast-casual experience to the area, offering great tasting fresh food in a relaxed and modern setting.”

Each meal is freshly prepared in front of customers with each kebab created using premium, lean, meats and fresh vegetables.

They are served in handmade toasted breads with a selection of sauces available.

German Doner Kebab is expected to open in the new year. It will offer a dine-in experience and takeaway as well click and collect.

We’ll bring you more on the opening date when we have further information.

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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