Döner kebab (Turkish: döner kebap or döner kebabı, literally "rotating roast", often abbreviated as döner, also spelled 'donair', 'doner' or sometimes 'donner') is a Turkish dish made of lamb meat cooked on a vertical spit and sliced off to order. In Arabic, it is called shawarma, and in Greek gyros. In English, the term kebab in some countries refers specifically to döner kebab. Döner kebab, popular in Great Britain and Germany often as an end to a night out and especially if the purchase has been preceded by the consumption of an excess of alcohol. These kebabs are also served in pita bread with a wide choice of salad and of many different sauces. Health concerns surrounding döner kebab in Western Europe, including the hygiene involved in overnight storage, unacceptable salt and fat levels, and improper labeling of meat used (e.g., illicit addition of pork), are repeatedly reported in the European media.