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Fancy a lamb doner kebab for Christmas dinner in Gloucester?

By The Citizen  |  Posted: December 23, 2013

Ali Demerti and the team at Diamond Kebab

Ali Demerti and the team at Diamond Kebab

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Spice craving Gloucester folk have forced a city kebab shop to open on Christmas Day.

It may not be the traditional Christmas dinner but some people in Gloucester will be tucking into a lamb doner or a chicken shish kebab on December 25.

Ali Demerti of Diamond Kebab and Pizza on Eastgate Street says he will be opening on Christmas Day because of customer demand.

Ali said: "We have opened before on Christnmas Day and it has been really busy so when customers asked us to open this year we couldn't say no.

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"People buy all the usual food - kebabs, pizzas, burgers and chips.

"It might not be traditional but it's what some people want and we are happy to oblige."

The shop will open from around 6pm.

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  • Apothegm_  |  December 23 2013, 7:49PM

    Food Standards Agency hygiene rating of 5* ! http://tinyurl.com/nnmr7pl

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  • Glos_Lad34  |  December 23 2013, 5:31PM

    Thanks but I prefer a proper Christmas Dinner than a kebab for it.

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  • agaga  |  December 23 2013, 3:25PM

    I as usual, will be having a cruelty free xmas

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  • agaga  |  December 23 2013, 3:23PM

    Isn't that the bloke that was done for selling doggy fag?

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  • 8589brian  |  December 23 2013, 2:08PM

    I love a dirty great doner kebab as much as any food but for Christmas dinner it wouldn't seem right.

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  • NibNobs  |  December 23 2013, 1:21PM

    I won't be going.

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  • GlosAnarchy  |  December 23 2013, 12:40PM

    Bit lat in the day for CocaColamass dinner 6pm!

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  • tonic1  |  December 23 2013, 12:17PM

    Forced??

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