Donair, Weird Regional Food

Donair, street food in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Donair is like a pita wrap of gyro meat served with a sweetened condensed milk sauce and is unique to the Halifax, Nova Scotia area. The blend of spicy meat and sweet sauce works, but the sweet could be dialed back a notch or two without any complaints from us.

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