Here is a quick one. German Doner Kebab is obviously a doner kebab shop, which was apparently founded in Berlin back in 1989. According to its marketing, it has 45 outlets across the world: in Germany, the UK, Sweden, the Middle East and North Africa. They ship in their meat from Germany, which I assume is a good thing, though generally I thought people preferred British. It is very popular in Croydon, and I had heard lots of good things about it. 

Interior, German Doner Kebab, Croydon

The interior is broadly orange and black, with photos of German monuments on the wall. It feels very professional, with a floor manager on top of the orders and his staff, but it’s a bit noisy and not really somewhere to hang out for a long time. It took a little longer than normal for the food to arrive, so they threw in some free chips too.

Kebab, German Doner Kebab, Croydon

I had a veggie kebab, which was actually a veggie patty mashed up, with feta and jalapeños, plus the usual salad selection. It comes in their own bread, which is triangular, savoury, crispy, sesame coated and slightly waffled – and delicious! They have three sauces which they add (spicy, garlic and yoghurt), and they add some depth to it all. Overall, especially for £6, I was impressed and I think I’ll be back in future.
Address: 27 George Street, Croydon CR0 1LB

Telephone: 02086884800

Website: http://www.germandonerkebab.com

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