who left Lebanon for Canada. There are records of Lebanese arriving as early as the late 1800’s. A good portion of whom arrived from the Diman village and Aakar region of Northern Lebanon. According to
, the Lebanese family, Nahas, have owned this business since the late 1980s. It has several branches in Halifax. The restaurant serves donairs, pizzas, and appetizers. Recently, King of Donair took over social media. The restaurant chain has launched a 24/7 live feed where you can literally watch the meat spinning. Norman Nahas is the Vice President of King of Donair, the President of Oasis Pub & Eatery, and the Vice President of JONO Developments and NANCO Developments. He said that the live stream video passed 500,000 viewers in 144 countries in just 72 hours and went wild in Germany and Russia! The hashtag, which is
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