Zeus Street Greek
187-189 Lyons Rd
Drummoyne, Sydney

Zeus Street Greek is one of many traditional Greek street food places recently opened in Sydney.

We had been meaning to try this place for a while so after doing the bay run one morning we thought we'd pop over to lovely Drummoyne and have a Greek lunch.

Located on Drummoyne's popular Darling street, Zeus has quite a few tables inside and out so it's perfect for a casual lunch or dinner.

Service is quick and efficient. You order and pay at the counter and the lovely staff bring your food to your table.

After running 7 kms we were quite parched so we ordered a sparkling mineral water and and a sour cherry soft drink to quench our thirsts. The sour cherry drink is very popular in Greece. It's really refreshing and not very sour at all, quite the contrary actually.

As you would expect, Zeus has a very extensive range of 'gyros' on offer. There's pork, lamb, chicken and even soft shell crab.

I ordered the uncle Tzimmy pork classic which is the traditional gyros served in Greece, loaded with mouthwatering pieces of seasoned meat, hot chips and of course tzatziki. Count J ordered the Spartan a chicken Gyros with delicious Aegean slaw and parsley. Both were delicious and wrapped in freshly cooked pita bread.

We then tried the 'spanakopita' the traditional spinach and feta pie.

Here at Zeus they cooked it in a spiral way which is quite different to what we're used to.

It was delicious and fresh.

Zeus Street Greek is a great choice.

The food is really fresh and the servings are quite generous.

We'll definitely be back!

The Counts dined at Zeus at their own expense.

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