A new fast food chain has been created to acquire a closed pizzeria in the city of Huddersfield.
The German Donor Kebab (GDK) is expanding rapidly not only in Great Britain, but around the world.
The buildings on John William Street, which were vacated by the popular pizza chain following its reorganization last year, have been announced to be closed, with 29 restaurants closed and 450 jobs lost.
Potential new restaurants will boost business as companies seek to revive an already battered city center after a disastrous year of closure.
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It is expected that around 40 jobs will be created in the new GDK branch.
The company recently opened in Batali, which at the time was the forty-eighth store in the country.
According to GDK, the shops offer “groundbreaking” kebabs that are made fresh to customers and made from high-quality, lean and juicy meat imported from Germany and fresh vegetables from the region, with unique sauces Serves with hand made toast. .
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GDK opened its first restaurant in Berlin in 1989 and spent the next decade developing its products and cuisines, creating unique spice blends, making its own signature sauces, and perfecting the signature “donor kebab” waffle.
Headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, the brand has grown significantly in the UK, Europe and the Middle East and is now expanding rapidly in the US, Canada, Saudi Arabia and Ireland.