Greek Gyro Platter
The gyro as we know it more or less today first arrived in Greece in 1922, with the hundreds of thousands of Greek and Armenian refugees from Asia Minor (present-day Turkey). Most came from Constantinople (Istanbul) and Smyrna (Ismir). The best gyro masters were Armenian, or so the legend goes. As the refugees began to settle in their newfound homeland, many became merchants. They opened small shops, among which were the small holes in the wall on every street corner selling gyro. After WWII, gyro started to travel west following the immigration patterns of the Greeks themselves, so shops began popping up across Europe, in the States, and Australia
Grilled chicken breast & gyro meat paired with yellow rice, Naan bread, with a side salad and cup of house tzatziki sauce.
Gyro, Chicken breast, Tomatoes, Yellow rice, lettuce, tzatziki sauce, Naan bread, garlic powder, onion powder, chicken base,
Calories: 511 calories Protein: 49(G) Carbs: 54(G) Fat: 11(G)