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New Greek restaurant Gyros to give away free food to celebrate launch in Glasgow

Glasgow's newest grab-and-go restaurant, Gyros, is offering free food this week, to celebrate opening their doors.

Published: April 11, 2022
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Spearheaded by the team behind Halloumi, Gyros has taken over the former Martha’s Deli at 223 Byres Road.

To celebrate the official opening, Gyros is offering a free Gyros to the first 100 customers through the doors on Wednesday 13 April with options for both meat lovers and vegetarians.

Doors will open at 12pm, with a queue starting at 11:30 a.m., and it will be first come, first served.

The menu includes influences and flavours inspired by the wider Mediterranean as well as an array of traditional Greek dishes including the much loved Gyro - with chicken, pork, lamb, meatball, king prawn or a plant based filling.

Other dishes include Souvlaki, chargrilled lamb kofta, falafel, and Skepasti (Greek pizza).

The new menu also includes sharing dishes like Keftedes, feta tempura, halloumi loaded fries and doner loaded fries, as well as traditional side dishes like pittas and dips.

General manager Andrew Kangulu said: “We are thrilled to open Gyros in Glasgow’s West End.

"Our sister brand, Halloumi has proven to be a huge success, with three locations, and has established a demand for Greek cuisine in Glasgow.

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"Customers at Gyros can expect a casual dining experience full of traditional Greek flavours cooked lovingly while they wait using time-honored methods and long-established recipes."

With space for 14 covers and a delivery and takeaway service Gyros is open seven days a week Sunday - Thursday 12pm - 11pm and until Midnight Friday and Saturday.

Visit the Gyros website to view the full menu.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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