The Best Souvlaki and Gyros in Toronto
The best souvlaki and gyros in Toronto are no longer confined to a single stretch of Greektown. Tzatziki slathered skewers wrapped in pita and platters of shaved meat accompanied by feta topped salad and potatoes, are stars on menus at old school diners, Mediterranean restaurants and late night take-out counters that span citywide.
Here is where to find the best souvlaki and gyros in Toronto.
Just steps from Trinity Bellwoods park, this stylish eatery has become a fast favourite for Greek food in the west end. The menu offers top quality brochettes plus chicken and pork gyro slow roasted on a spit. Pick a meat and have it in a pita stuffed with fries or loaded onto a dinner platter or village salad.
This Pape Village restaurant marinates succulent cuts of pork and chicken for grilled souvlaki and rotisserie-cooked gyros. Order on a fully loaded pita ($6-$6.50) or as dinner platter ($11-$14) with all the essentials and slide into a booth to dine-in with a beer. Yes, this restaurant is licensed.
On the fringes of Cabbagetown this traditional Greek restaurant is helmed by a genuine giagia (Greek grandma) in the kitchen sharing a taste of authentic family recipes. Served with salad, garlic bread, and a choice of rice or fries, souvlaki dinners ($16-17) are made from grain fed chicken or high-quality pork tenderloin.
Located on the Danforth, this restaurant celebrates variety and promotes sharing small plates around the table. Add a la carte chicken and pork souvlaki skewers ($3.25-$4) to the spread or make a meal out of succulent chunks of meat wrapped in a pita and slathered with tzatziki for about $9.
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