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Zeus Street Greek

From spanakopita to souvla, this is Greek fast food at its finest, and you can enjoy it here on a big, bright wooden deck.
By Melanie Colwell
October 26, 2015
By Melanie Colwell
October 26, 2015

It's hard to remember a time when Sydney's access to Greek food was limited to semi-formal restaurants or a cheeky late-night gyro. Zeus Street Greek Street well and truly changed that in the last few years, offering contemporary Greek food in a casual setting. The Rosebery outpost in The Cannery kicked off a succession of spin-offs (14 in NSW and counting), and was also one of the first eateries to set up shop in the burgeoning foodie precinct.

Zeus is known as the 'God of hospitality' and the team here have it in droves. Pitas are the staple. The meat is prepared in the traditional souvla style: charcoal grilled on long skewers and then stuffed into a fluffy wrap with tomato, tzatziki, onion, paprika and chips. Classic cuisine favourites spanakopita and haloumi are available as sides, too. But make sure you leave room for dessert — the loukoumades will make you lick the plate.



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