A healthier kebab option is set to launch locally, boasting "award-winning" food.

I am Doner is to open its store in Datchet this weekend, at Datchet Green.

It is the first time the kebab chain has opened in a location south of the M25 - boasting an all-new roadside location near Windsor.

The growing chain was started by its founder Paul Baron in 2016 who was trained in Michelin-starred restaurants by some of the UK's best chefs. 

Paul wanted to make the döner kebab more than a guilty pleasure for the intoxicated.

The team use a total of 120 ingredients in the eight kebabs that they offer, as well as catering to non-meat eaters, with a host of vegetarian, vegan, plant-based and gluten-free options all featuring on their popular menu.

Customers will be able to fully customise their kebabs including the heart level.

In 2019 the brand was recognised in parliament for its work as a first adopter of 100 per cent plastic-free packaging and was awarded the Sustainability Award at the British Kebab Awards.

Owner Paul said: “Datchet is a fantastic place and really reminds me of Harrogate.

"It’s really exciting to be bringing our kebabs down south and we cannot wait to see what you think of them.”

An opening offer will see the first 100 people receive a treat, with a 50 per cent discount running until August 9.

I am Donet will open its doors on Sunday, August 6 from 1pm.

It can be found at Datchet Green Filling Station.