The restaurant is a casual relaxed environment, with dining areas on different levels, cosy booths to sit in or window seats to look out and people watch during the day.
There are several vegan options on the menu, as well as various side dishes to choose from, all clearly labelled, although no vegan dessert.
I was told the dishes below could be tweaked to suit, swapping pida for fladenbrot bread and garlic sauce for chilli sauce.
We started with falafel and houmous, which turned out to be a fabulous dish and perfect for sharing. The falafel were fantastic as the chickpeas were not blitzed into a smooth paste, so had loads of texture and with a big dollop of delicious houmous and tabbouleh salad, was quickly demolished leaving a clean plate.
Main courses were vegan Schnitzel with fries and a pot of hot sauce for Steven and a veganwurst for me, swapping out the curry ketchup for chilli sauce.
The two dishes were excellent, the Schnitzel was massive, with loads of fresh salad and the hot sauce was very spicy apparently, Steven loved it and demolished the lot. The veganwurst itself made from wheat protein was amazing, with a full on smoky flavour and great texture, with fresh salad, a tasty slaw and loads of chips I loved it too.
I had a chat with owners Saj and Laura and I suggested they could perhaps label which drinks are vegan friendly, making it so much easier for vegans, instead of us having to do a Google or Barnivore search. Saj said this was definitely something for them to look at, as well as offering a vegan menu with accompanying drinks, which is a great idea, perhaps a vegan dessert will be included.
I was a little apprehensive before our visit, as Doner Haus is not my usual kind of dining venue or food, but I was completely won over. Highly recommended.
Disclaimer: I was given the meal complimentary and have not been paid for this review and all opinions are my own.