Guest blogger edition
Located right next to Kingsgrove station is Kefi. Half Greek restaurant and half souvlaki and gyros bar, this place is perfect for a night of tasty a treat whether it be for a quick bite or for a sit down meal.
On this occasion, it was a cold, rainy and dark night and we just wanted a quick meal to grab and go to warm us up so we went to the gyros bar. You order from the list of options available but I think their specialty is gyros. There are a few stools and tables inside the eatery and also a few outside. Given Kingsgrove road at the front can be quite busy, I think its best to try and sit inside or just take it elsewhere to eat. There is also a sink with soap to wash your hands if you're worried of making a mess.
It also opens quite late (10-11pm) everyday but is closed on Mondays.
Soft shell crab gyros - $9.50 - with a Greek slaw, coriander and mustard mayo, this gyro was one of the unique options available for the gyros (along with pork belly and others) which I haven't seen available before. We had to order this try it and it was good thing that we did. Super tasty soft shell crab deep fried to perfection. Soft and fluffy pita bread. Punchy coriander and vegetable slaw. The flavours combined what I love about gyros with a lovely Asian twist. Must order in my books.
The more standard chicken gyros ($7.50) and a side of chips ($4.50) - again beautiful pita bread with tender and moist pieces of bbq chook. The chips had a sprinkle of a herb salt mix which was insanely moreish.
Kefi, Kingsgrove, Sydney Reviewed by kogepanman on 7:07 PM Rating: