German Doner Kebab 50% off Moseley Birmingham
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German Doner Kebab 50% off Moseley Birmingham

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LocalFound 16th Feb
A “healthy” kebab house has opened its second restaurant in Birmingham this week.

The new German Doner Kebab branch opened on Moseley Road in Balsall Heath on Thursday February 15 and to celebrate, the chain is offering all customers 50 per cent off their bill this weekend - from Friday February 16 to Sunday February 18.
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I'm camping out for this one 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Kebabs are relatively healthy anyway (if you stick to the chicken shish)
Mmm, one of the tastiest kebabs I've had was from a street stall in Berlin.
Don't know about this being healthy, but it does taste very nice......HOT from me
really good in waffle type wraps in Dubai (hey, i was on a budget! XD)
Yummmm! The one in central Birmingham is delicious
kingmobuk1 h, 56 m ago

really good in waffle type wraps in Dubai (hey, i was on a budget! XD)



Budget in Dubai? You're having a laff! Only up North of Dubai - Sharjah are we talking budget eating even exists.

Found this place to be pricey - not cheap but damn it was huge.

German Engineering at its finest - from cars to kebabs
Edited by: "captainjack" 16th Feb
captainjack5 h, 12 m ago

Budget in Dubai? You're having a laff! Only up North of Dubai - Sharjah …Budget in Dubai? You're having a laff! Only up North of Dubai - Sharjah are we talking budget eating even exists.Found this place to be pricey - not cheap but damn it was huge.German Engineering at its finest - from cars to kebabs


There's on in Dubai just in the business park bay opposite the Burj Khalifa (behind Tajj Dubai Hotel where we stayed) and its the best kebab I've ever eaten hands down... And I love kebabs. Cost was around 35ish dirams but was worth it.
Mikeygolfgt11 m ago

There's on in Dubai just in the business park bay opposite the Burj …There's on in Dubai just in the business park bay opposite the Burj Khalifa (behind Tajj Dubai Hotel where we stayed) and its the best kebab I've ever eaten hands down... And I love kebabs. Cost was around 35ish dirams but was worth it.


Cost me 50! Its not the same without some sweat and spit personally speaking
Edited by: "captainjack" 16th Feb
I frequent the one near work and it is defo better than the Turkish fat loaded crap. But, I had a bad one once and stopped going back.
Do you need a voucher?
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