German street food restaurant, Döner Shack, has signed for its debut Scottish restaurant at Glasgow retail destination, Silverburn.
The fast-casual restaurant has selected Silverburn’s Winter Garden, the destination’s restaurant and leisure hub, to launch its street food concept.
The 3,122 sq ft restaurant aims to challenge perceptions of kebabs in the UK, with a menu made from high-quality and ethically sourced ingredients, with all-day dining, takeaway, delivery, and click & collect services.
Launched by the team behind the Berlin-inspired restaurant, Döner Haus, Döner Shack’s Silverburn restaurant will launch in the coming months, joining the brand’s locations in Leeds, Manchester, and Leicester.
Sanjeev Sanghera, co-founder and managing director of Döner Shack, commented: “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. 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.”
David Pierotti, general manager at Silverburn, added: “Silverburn thrives because of its diverse offer, so adding to this with a new cuisine – and a booming one at that – is exactly what makes the destination a landmark for Glasgow. 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.”