“A gyros is a Greek dish made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie, (traditionally pork, or chicken) and usually served wrapped in a flatbread called pita, along with tomato, onion, fries and tzatziki sauce.
Rumor has it that the Greek gyros is a variation of the Turkish kebab. Many might say that they’re actually quite similar since Gyros became a famous dish in Greece following the arrival of Greek immigrants from Asia Minor in the 1920s. Those Greeks coming from Anatolia, created a greek version of the Turkish kebab; on the one hand, they maintained some of its attributes and on the other, changed it completely, using local meat, species and ingredients. The addition of Greek yogurt, which later on transformed deliciously into tzatziki, is what differentiates completely the Greek gyro from the kebab.
The word “gyro” comes from the Greek word γύρος (‘turn’), as the meat slowly turns on the spit.
it’s pronounced /yeeros/, repeat after me, “yeeeros”- step one complete. Upon ordering, you should specify whether you want it “ap’ola” or not. “Ap’ola” means special, basically with all the ingredients that a gyro normally comes stuffed with; tzatziki, onion, tomatoes, fries and pork meat. If you don’t eat pork, then you should better ask for chicken from the beginning. If you want it in bread- sandwichlike variation- again ask from the beginning, it normally comes wrapped in pita bread.”
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