The traditional Döner kebab (literally "rotating roast", often abbreviated as döner, also spelled donair, donar,doner), is a turkish dish made of lamb meat cooked on a vertical spit and sliced off to order. Two similar dishes are called Gyros in Greek and Taco al Pastor in Mexico.Outside of Turkey, generally a döner sandwich is served with a salad made from shredded lettuce, tomatoes and onions — often also with cabbage and cucumbers. Usually there is a choice between a hot sauce, a whiter yoghurt sauce containing garlic (Tzatziki), and a dairy sauce containing herbs. Most döner vendors in Europe also have french fries which can be served as a side or wrapped with the meat and salad. Sometimes more varied ingredients are available, such as feta cheese or hummus.