German Doner Kebab opens its doors in Nottingham

German Doner Kebab has officially opened in Nottingham, bringing a new fast-casual dining experience to the town.

The gourmet kebab chain has whetted the appetite of restaurant goers across Nottingham by confirming the opening of its new restaurant on Upper Parliament Street.

The new restaurant opened on Thursday 27th August and has created in the region of 40 new jobs for Nottingham.

German Doner Kebab is revolutionising the kebab in the UK, bringing a fresh, high-quality taste sensation that has made it the number one spot to enjoy a kebab.

Freshly prepared in front of customers, the game-changing kebabs are made using premium, lean, succulent meats and fresh local vegetables, served in handmade toasted breads with unique signature sauces.

The new Nottingham restaurant is the brand’s 43rd site in the UK as it continues to bring the GDK experience to more locations throughout the country.

Daniel Bunce, GDK MD for UK and Europe, said: “We’re delighted to open the doors of our new restaurant and bring the German Doner Kebab experience to Nottingham.

“We’re looking forward to welcome all of our new Nottingham customers to German Doner Kebab.

“Our game-changing kebabs are revolutionising the kebab in the UK and we are excited to be bringing a new dining experience to the area, offering great tasting fresh food in a relaxed and modern setting.”

As part of its commitment to exploring new products that excite and capture the imagination of its loyal customers, the brand recently launched the new Boss Box to consumers across the UK.

Conceived during Lockdown initially for delivery and Click & Collect, the Boss Box is proving to be a huge hit with customers and is now available for takeaway and dine-In.

German Doner Kebab will be working with its delivery partners Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats to ensure its customers in Nottingham can enjoy an easy and convenient way to have its expectation defying kebabs delivered to their door. Check the website ( for details.

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