Dundee’s newest kebab shop opened its doors yesterday to a roaring trade.
German Doner Kebab (GDK) opened on Reform Street and shop bosses hailed the first day a success.
Franchisee Akky Hayat told the Tele: “It has been fantastic.
“We were quite nervous before opening and had high expectations and we met them.”
With doner kebabs normally associated with a trip home from a night out, Akky said GDK meals are made with quality meat and can be enjoyed day or night.
He added: “Normal doner contains of many other things. Ours is 100% meat.”
What sets GDK apart from the typical kebab shop is the variations of dishes, with even a Mexican touch on the traditionally Middle-Eastern cuisine.
Here are some of the unusual kebabs on offer, each come with three sauces (spicy, yoghurt and garlic) made to a secret recipe.
A tortilla wrap filled with cheese, onion, jalapenos and doner meat and then grilled
Tortilla chips with salsa, meat, cheese sauce jalapenos and dusted with paprika.
Doner lahmacun wrap
A traditional Turkish pizza, but more like a wrap, the base has minced beef and is filled with doner and salad.
Durum donor wrap
A tortilla wrap with doner meat and salad.
Doner meat served on a burger roll with onion and salad. This comes with its own signature burger sauce.