Zeus Street Greek takes over NSW
Costa Anastasiadis and George Kyrprianou, proud owners of Sydney’s most popular fast street diner, are expanding – again.
This time, the duo is taking its Greek Australian delicacies to Dulwich Hill, and according to local media “locals are lining up in droves” at Zeus, in New Canterbury Rd.
Kyprianou and Anastasiadis opened their first store in Drummoyne in June 2014, which saw great sucess.
Within only one year, the demand for Greek street food has grown significantly, seeing the Zeus Street Greek team open branches in Dulwich Hill, Cronulla, Newcastle and Rosebery.
“Zeus Street Greek is all about the very best of Australian-Hellenic flavours, in up-to-the-moment street food style, reflecting modern flavour combinations and palates,” Anastasiadis said.
“At the essence of Zeus is a sense of sharing, and we are thrilled to be able to continue sharing the Zeus philosophy with our friends and family across the country.”
Both owners are very passionate about showcasing the traditional and authentic casual Greek food experience with their customers, paying homage to the God of hospitality and the Greek custom of filoxenia.
If you find yourselves in the neighbourhood, don’t leave without trying Zeus’ signature and value-for-money pork roll known as ‘Papou Niko’, served with Aegean slaw, caramelised onion, preserved lemon mayo and parsley.
For more information phone (02) 8315 5600 or head to Shops 2 and 3/362-372 New Canterbury Rd, Dulwich Hill from 11.30 am to late. Zeus Street Greek is open Tuesday to Sunday.
Source: Daily Telegraph/News Local