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German Doner Kebab to open flagship restaurant at London’s The O2

40 jobs are expected to be created as a result of the opening.

German Doner Kebab (GDK) said it will open a flagship store at London’s The O2 by early July, part of a larger move to establish 47 new restaurants in the UK during the year.

The upcoming restaurant will create 40 new jobs in the region, the fast casual chain noted. The new restaurant will also be the brand’s 65th site in the UK.

“The O2 has long been in our sights and to be launching our new flagship restaurant in such an iconic London location represents a landmark moment in the growth of GDK,” Daniel Bunce, the chain’s managing director for UK and Europe, said in a statement. 

“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 O2.”

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