The fella who made my donair was friendly but the donair wasn’t right on.
The wrap was too thick and firm. There was a generous amount of meat but it was cut in thick strips so hard to eat in the wrap so I ate it with a fork. I ended up not eating much of the wrap. The donair had possibilities if they got a thinner wrap and cut the meat up into smaller pieces. Plus the tomatoes were sliced rather than chunked up in small pieces.
For a place that’s called East Coast Donair, it's a lot to live up to! I wonder if that is actually their focus since they have a fairly large menu and also serve fries, poutine, pizza, burgers, etc.