Kebab chain picks up where Byron left off in the Corn Exchange
AS previously reported with some glee, we’ll admit, Döner Haus is coming to the Corn Exchange. Taking over the spacious former Byron unit, the kebab and beer hall is due to open this autumn, serving Berlin-inspired quality kebabs and other German classics, including the legendary fast food that is currywurst (that’s sausage in curry sauce), alongside beers and cocktails.
Promising more than double the amount of lean meat compared to a standard kebab
Kebabs will be priced from £7.70 and are served on sourdough fladenbrot (flatbread), with other dishes including breadcrumbed schnitzel and a foot-long frankfurter or bratwurst. Vegan options include falafel bites, a vegan schnitzel and a veganwurst.
Promising more than double the amount of lean meat compared to a standard kebab and served on their own house-baked bread, the idea of Döner Haus – already tried and tested in Glasgow – is that you partake of this kind of kebab before (or while) downing copious amounts of lager.
On the cusp of opening, the huge 180-cover outlet will face onto Cathedral Gardens and offer dining space in the atrium of the iconic Grade II listed city centre building as well as in the main restaurant, plus a bar area on the first floor.
Döner Haus will be open from 11am to 11pm Sunday to Thursday, and 11am to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.