I was using my urban spoon slot widget on my fancy new iPhone (bday present-thanks mom!!!!) to look up restaurants in Leesburg, even though I was going to a house party where there was going to be plenty of food served (picture below-and this is just the meat!).
Döner Bistro popped up, and I knew I had to try it. I quickly informed G that we could not eat a lot at the party, and that we had to try this place on our way back. For those of you that don't know, a Döner Kabob is a wonderful invention which is similar to a gyro or shwarma that is popular in Europe and the Middle East, and I believe originated in Turkey (don't hold me to this). It is perceived as fast food, and I first experienced this wonderfullness when I was studying abroad in Austria (G experienced it in Germany and fell in love).
$1.95(french fries). They came on this neat serving try that holds the Döner up. Sadly to say, I thought the authenticity of the Döner was lacking. The bread and toppings were too overwhelming, you couldn't really taste the meat, and I was not a fan of the Tzatziki. If you have never had a Döner, you may like this sandwich. However the fries were quite tasty and worth ordering.
202 Harrison Street SE
Leesburg, VA 20175