Gyradiko, Bexley, Sydney

Guest blogger edition

If you've ever driven along Forest road around Bexley, chances are that you have noticed a new shop on the one of the corners with lines of customers snaking around during all times of day. This is the latest place to get your Gyros fix in Sydney.

To be honest, I'm not sure of too many places that serve gyros in Sydney - most of the times I've had it it has been in Melbourne so this is definitely a welcome addition.

We decided to try it out for midday lunch one weekend and lucky for us, we just managed to sneak in before the soccer mums and church goers piled in after their morning activities. FYI, there is a small car park behind the store if you're just dropping in for takeaway and are having trouble finding parking.

A single gyros (chicken or beef) is available for $7.90 or with chips and a can of drink for $13.90. Being the hungry pigs that we are, we went for the combo. Despite the long queues, service is relatively quick with 4 or 5 staff working behind the counters to prepare the yummy gyros.

Piles of chips, freshly made pita bread and mounds and mounds of succulent meat - I'm drooling as I am writing this...

Salads for the gyros - photos of salad always remind me of Homer Simpson's famous jingle ♫ "you don't win friends with salad"  ♫  =P

Pork gyros - mmmmm, fresh pita bread and juicy pieces of pork, its like a more delicious version of a kebab

Chicken gyros- my favourite of the two - maybe because the chicken was just that tiny bit more juicy..

A huge pile of chips - your usual run of the mill chips. Next time, I'll get two gyros instead of the chips =))

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  1. ooh been wondering what this place looked like! loooove gyros :D

  2. Hey Vivian, me too! I just noticed on the weekend that another Greek Tavern shop opened in Kingsgrove - looked pretty decent too!