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Sunday, 16 August 2015





That looks awesome, then again we gots Demos.


Mmmmmm. Crispy pork. I'll need to head down there this week.


Oh that vertical spit looks fantastic.How is the restaurant name pronounced - is it Zah-gara?


It was Kat!

Love the pork gyros here Billy.

Let me know what you think Junichi....

I pronounce it Zz-gara Faye.


Oh man. Road trip.


Hi Jan - Road trip? It's just PB!


Road trip? This is like 5 blocks from me! I guess I should go sometime...


Well Hao - For you it'll be a "walk trip".

Jim Gottlieb

I'll think I'll make a walk trip tomorrow for lunch. Looks great. I agree about that processed meat-like substance that stands in for gyros in the U.S. It's nothing like the real thing.

I remember crossing from Greece into Turkey and suddenly the gyros/döner were no longer pork (of course!), but usually a choice of beef or chicken.


Hi Jim - I'm sure a request for a pork gyro in Turkey would not have appreciated. Check out Zgara. I thought that Pork Gyro was pretty good.


Had gyros on the mind last night so I thought of this post and stopped in at Zgara for a pork gyros platter. It was love at first taste. Will definitely be making it back to Zgara from time to time, when I get out of my North Park/University Heights/Hillcrest bubble.


I'm glad you enjoyed Zgara's been almost a weekly stop for me.

Elizabeth Van Loucks

Zgara is closed. Have you found another place with the authentic greek gyro?

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