Döner Haus to grow German street food concept Döner Shack to four sites by year end

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Döner Haus to grow German street food concept Döner Shack to four sites by year end

Related tags: Döner Haus, Döner Shack, Street food

The team behind Berlin-inspired restaurants Döner Haus will open second site of their German street food concept Döner Shack in the north of England this month.

The fast casual kebab restaurant will launch in Manchester Arndale Centre on 22 November and will be followed by a further two openings in Leicester and Glasgow before the year end.

The group has taken on a 15-year lease on a 2,800sq ft unit in the Halle Place development at the centre of the shopping centre, where it will sit alongside other food and drink operators. As with te debut site it will serve a range of doner kebabs as well as halloumi and falafel, vegan schnitzel and currywurst. There will be a selection of draft beers and soft drinks on offer.  

The restaurant will offer all-day dining, takeaway, delivery and click & collect.

“Coming from humble beginnings, we’re evolving into a multi-site business with big plans for the future,” says Sanjeev Sanghera, co-founder and managing director of Döner Shack.

“We want to change people’s perceptions of the kebab and for our lean high-quality kebabs to become an everyday option for eating out. Whether that’s a snack on the go during a busy lunch break or a fun evening with a group of friends. It’s time for a new generation of street food, and we’re thrilled to be leading the way. 

“Our aim is for Döner Shack to be the number one kebab brand in the world.”

The first Döner Shack was opened in Leeds in 2019 by the team behind Döner Haus, which operates restaurants in Glasgow and Manchester.

 

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