Words: Shamim de Brún
Greek spot Yeeros announced they were opening a new location at the end of March and yesterday posted a picture that looks suspiciously like Camden street.
The Dublin 2 location is perfect for the expansion of Yeeros as it is quite a mecca for culturally diverse foods and has excellent foot traffic and thriving delivery business.
Greece is responsible for gifting gyros to the world. However, some Greek store owners decided to rename it ‘yeeros’ (or yiros) because people love personalising things almost as much as they like to ask for extra cheese and ketchup.
Yeeros’ authentic gyros pack a punch of flavour and are perfectly filling. Chargrilled chicken is wrapped in a soft, pillowy pita filled with fresh tomato, lettuce, red onion, mayo mustard and curly chips. They also have excellent vegetarian options, such as the Athens wrap with zucchini, feta fritters and tzatziki.
While you’re waiting for the new location to open or if you’ve been craving Greek food, you can check out Yeeros at their original site in Drumcondra.
Yeeros opens for sit-in, collection, and delivery seven days a week.
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