You can’t beat a proper, quality kebab, which is why this morning’s news of a new establishment serving just that is music to my ears.
Döner Haus is set to offer top quality Berlin-style kebabs to the good people of Manchester, as they open a huge new restaurant later this year.
They’ll be settling in the vacant former Byron Hamburgers site over in the Corn Exchange, where they’ll be dishing out delicious kebabs and currywurst.
Their menu will, of course, be focused on Berlin-style doner - rather than the cheap stuff we’re used to seeing spinning around in takeaway windows - which they’ll be serving on sourdough flatbreads, Turkish pides (a bit like a pizza) and kohbez dürüm (a Turkish wrap).
Döner Haus kebabs will then be topped off with fresh salad and herbs, and the house doner will set you back £7.70 - they’ll also have beers and cocktails.
They’ll also sell a range of different currywurst as well as schnitzel, and vegans and vegetarians are also catered for, with a vegan schnitzel and several veggie kebabs on offer, including falafel and halloumi.
Sanjeev Sanghera, founder and CEO of Döner Haus, aims to change our perception of kebabs, saying:
It's been found that in the UK doner is sometimes only as little as 25% meat, and that's not what we're about at all. Our meat content is extremely high, there's no oil or wheat to fill it up.
Döner Haus will open its doors this autumn, from 11am to 11pm Sunday to Thursday, and 11am to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, so you can get your late night kebab fix.
In the meantime, you can check out their full menu here.