Doner kebab chain opens Mississauga location
Published June 16, 2021 at 1:37 am
A döner kebab chain with a Quebec influence has opened a location in Mississauga.
Champion Döner Kebab is serving a German-Turkish halal menu at a location at 2555 Dixie Rd., near Dundas Street. The new store opened June 8. The chain’s other Southern Ontario location is in Vaughan.
Döner kebab, according to Wikipedia, is a forerunner to donairs, gyros and shawarma. Like shawarma, the meat is sliced thinly from a vertical rotisserie grill, and can be part of a pita, flatbread sandwich or plate, sometimes on top of of bed of fries. Meats and vegetables can also be place on a pide, which is a boat-shaped flatbread.
Döner kebab is one of Germany’s most popular street foods.
Prices for a plate start at $10.95 for falafel and range up to $16.95 for the iskender plate.
The chain opened its first store in Montreal in 1995 and has nine locations in Quebec. As a tribute to its Canadian launch point, Champion Döner Kebab also serves a “MTL Plate” which combines döner kebab, cheese and fries, somewhat like poutine.
I just had Champion Döner. New location located at Dixie and Dundas in Mississauga. Get the chicken sandwich and beef box with fries and all the sauces. Quality and full of flavour.
— Cyrus K. Cooper (@cyrus_cooper) June 16, 2021
It can be followed on Instagram at @championdoner.
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