After much anticipation, Aylesbury’s German Doner Kebab branch has finally opened to the public.

The popular chain, which also opened an outlet in High Wycombe this summer, was revealed to the residents of the town on Monday, August 16, which has created around 40 new jobs in the area.

Based on the corner of the Aylesbury Shopping Park, which is a short distance into the town centre, GDK replaces the outgoing Magnet Kitchens, which used to occupy the space.

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Daniel Bunce, GDK MD for UK and Europe, said: “We’re delighted to officially open and bring the German Doner Kebab experience to Aylesbury.

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

The brand has recently confirmed its position as the UK’s fastest-growing restaurant chain after announcing that it will open 47 new restaurants in the UK during 2021.

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The new restaurant in Aylesbury is the brand’s 68th site in the UK as it continues to bring the GDK experience to more locations throughout the country.

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And 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.

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Conceived during Lockdown initially for Delivery and Click & Collect, the Boss Box is proving to be a huge hit with customers throughout the country.

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