Halifax is taking its love of the donair to the next level.
Almost two years after the city hailed the savoury delight as its "official food," local favourite King of Donair has set up a livestream of donair meat spinning infinitely on a spit.
It only makes sense for the feed to be beamed out of King of Donair's Quinpool Road location. The restaurant has become a late-night staple since it opened in 1973, when Peter Gamoulakos remixed the Greek gyro into the delicious vehicle of flavour it is today.
I'm watching a live donair cam at King of Donair. Don't ask me how my life is going.— Kelsey π (@KelseyAPye) November 13, 2017
Even celebrity chef and author Anthony Bourdain has praised the mighty donair.
"I look for unique foods, unique to the region," Bourdain said in an interview with the Halifax Chronicle Herald in 2014. "It is your most famous, it's the signature dish ... like the New York dirty water hotdog."
Now, thanks to the marvel of modern technology, we can all collectively drool at Halifax's most famous dish.
With files from The Canadian Press
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