The German Döner Kebab, which opened on North Street last month, aims to take the kebab to the ‘next level’ with its new fluffy pink coconut waffle bread.
The kebabs in the two sizes “Coco” and “Kiki” are combined with doner kebab, fresh lettuce, tomato, onion and red cabbage.
To celebrate the launch of the new kebab, German Döner Kebab created a limited edition fashion collection designed by Dresscodenation, worn and signed by the brand’s music ambassadors including Tion Wayne, Bryn and Stefflon Don win.
Daniel Bunce, Chief Operating Officer of German Doner Kebab Global, said: “We are excited to finally add the new Coco and Kiki kebabs to our roster of groundbreaking products and to offer our customers something revolutionary and deliciously unexpected.
“At GDK we are known for our kebabs that exceed expectations and the new Coco and Kiki kebabs demonstrate our disruptive spirit through food, fashion and unique collaborations with some of the UK’s hottest emerging music artists.”
Customers can get their hands on the new Coco kebab for £6.99 and the Kiki kebab for £3.
Both are available in all German kebab restaurants on site and to take away and can be delivered from August.
Based in Glasgow, German Doner Kebab has grown to over 100 restaurants in the UK, continental Europe and the Middle East and is rapidly expanding into the United States, Canada and Ireland.
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