Döner kebap in Germany
My favorite döner experience was stopping at a shop with some friends in winter after we had saw some movie. After filling the döner, the owner would put it back in the oven so the cheese melted a bit. Proceeded to walk through the snowy streets while munching on hot kebabs
Second this, Döner just hits different.
Yup. Nothing will beat drunkenly stumbling home and stopping for donor on the way. Somehow I would still be ready for PT
There are no good Doners in America.
When I had like a 4 day TDY to Germany, first thing I did was walk to the nearest doner shop. Man. Best street food ever.
Man, I haven't been in Germany for 12 years now, and there's nights that I still fucking have dreams about being in Schweinfurt, but I can't remember exactly where the doner joints are. My family's plane leaves in like 2 hours, from Frankfurt and I'm rushing around town trying to find someone that'll point me in the right direction, but can't ever manage to find one.
It's hell in a nightmare.
I would have no problem pulling over in the middle of traffic on the Southside of Chicago if I saw a doner cart.
Yes!!! There was a great place in budigen that did a doner salad. I miss that so much
I'm gonna get one for lunch now just to spite this comment
Looks like I'm the only one who don't frick with döners. Or really German food much at all. About the only thing I really hate about being here... Bavarian food sucks.
Good KBBQ from Korea and Döner boxes from Germany.
Now you can 100% find good KBBQ I then states but you’ll never find a place that’s both good and offers all you can eat at peninsula prices
Ordering Yakimandu and Kimbap from the KATUSA Snack Bar on Casey, and Döners from an Imbiss or subs from SubStop in Bamberg are good tummy memories.