A huge German-style döner kebab house is opening in Manchester’s Corn Exchange

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A quality döner kebab house inspired by Germany’s popular street food is opening in Manchester later this year.

Döner Haus will take over the old Byron unit in the Corn Exchange with a huge 180-cover restaurant facing Cathedral Gardens.

Döner Haus will transform the first-floor space into a stylish bar area and have dining space in the atrium.

You’ll soon be able to get your hands on a range of popular Turkish-inspired German street food with options ranging from foot-long frankfurters, bratwurst and currywurst to pork and chicken schnitzels.

Other dishes on offer will include shawarma or döner fries, both of which are sure to be a hit with visitors.

For vegans, choices will include falafel bites, a vegan schnitzel and a veganwurst with accompanying sides like sauerkraut, skin-on fries, red cabbage and curry ketchup.

Prices will start from £7.70.

For drinks, expect a wide choice of beer steins plus some cheeky German-inspired cocktails like the Gingermeister, made with Jagermeister, ginger beer, lime and cucumber.

This will be the second site for Döner Haus, which also has a restaurant in Glasgow.

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