Döner Shack to make Scottish debut

By James McAllister

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Döner Shack to make Scottish debut at Glasgow’s Silverburn shopping centre

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German street food concept Döner Shack is set to make its debut in Scotland in the coming months having secured a site at Glasgow’s Silverburn shopping centre.

The 3,122 sq ft restaurant will hold 65 covers and offer all-day dining, takeaway, delivery, and click and collect services.

Launched by the team behind the Berlin-inspired restaurant Döner Haus, Döner Shack opened its first site in Leeds in 2019.

This was followed by openings in Manchester and Leicester last year​.

“Spearheading the new generation of street food, our aim is for Döner Shack to be the number one kebab brand in the world, and opening our first store in Scotland is a real milestone,” says Sanjeev Sanghera, co-founder and managing director at Döner Shack.

“Silverburn’s best-in-class all-round offering and well-connected location makes for a unique day-out experience, and we are eager to open our doors in Scotland for the first time.”

Döner Shack’s menu features a range of doner kebabs as well as halloumi and falafel, vegan schnitzel and currywurst.

It also includes a selection of draught beers, milkshakes, and soft drinks. 

Döner Shack is an exciting concept, and a leader of the new wave of ‘better babs’ which extends Silverburn’s restaurant and entertainment roster, so we look forward to welcoming the brand to our community,” says David Pierotti, general manager at Silverburn.

This announcement follows the recent signings of two local F&B operators at Silverburn – superfood café Juicy; and stàilinn Scottish Kitchen, a brand-new concept from Ayrshire-based restaurant group Kitchen 77.

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