The döner kebab, a fast food sandwich made of stacked, seasoned meat turned on a rotisserie, was popularized in Germany in the early 1970s by Turkish guest workers. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

A UK-based restaurant is offering sleepover staycations in a custom-built kebab-themed pop-up house. The restaurant is called I Am Doner, named for the doner kebabs served there. They announced this tasty overnight opportunity on July 8th, which is World Kebab Day.

According to NDTV, the “sleepover in kebab heaven” would include a specially designed home with naan-themed curtains and bedsheets, Kebab-shaped cushions, garlic sauce bottle lamps, and a special condiment cabinet stocked with over 50 unique condiments. There’s even a lettuce shower cap and custom chili-kebab towels in the bathroom that “will make your shower thoughts spicy.” Hey now!

The first edition of the Kebab House will be popping up in Leeds. It will then travel to other UK cities, including Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, and Newcastle. You can see what it will look like below.

I’m all for this idea. I only wish the sleepover could be in the actual restaurant so guests could try making the food on their own in the kitchen. Then again, the owner probably doesn’t want his or her restaurant to be burned to the ground. If you could spend the night in a restaurant, which one would it be?