Yiros, yeeros or gyros – it’s all Greek to me. Regardless of what you call them, they are delicious. And we’ve found the best yiros in Brisbane to satisfy all your Mediterranean cravings.

The Yiros Shop | Various Locations

Fluffy pita filled with juicy pork, chicken or lamb, red onion, tomato, parsley, tzatziki and chips. It’s enough to make our mouths water.

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Five Sisters Café and Bar | South Brisbane

Change up your lunch with the ever-so-tempting yiros from Five Sisters Café and Bar. Lightly scorched pita bread and your choice of chicken, lamb, octopus or halloumi with tzatziki, tabouli and lettuce will nix the midday munchies.

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West End Charcoal | West End

The options are nearly endless at West End Charcoal. Stick to the classics with lamb, pulled pork or chicken, or tantalise those tastebuds with red curry tofu, pesto chicken or falafel. Make things a meal by adding chips and either a 375ml can of soft drink or 600ml water for only $5 extra.

The Greek Club | West End

For authentic Greek taste, you can’t go past The Greek Club in West End. The traditional yiros is served in fresh pita bread with tzatziki, or order the Greek Yiros Wrap, which features the meat of the day with tzatziki, ripe red tomato and onions served with chips.

Little Greek Taverna | West End

Traditional marinated, spit-roasted and shaved chicken, lamb, pork or halloumi wrapped in fluffy pita with tomato, onion and tzatziki, served with your choice of a fresh Greek salad or chips. Pop in for lunch or dinner to stop that rumbling tummy.


Zeus Street Greek | South Bank

With a multitude of options, Zeus Street Greek has all your yiros needs sorted. Try traditional chicken, pork or lamb, or branch out and try the Athenian with Wagyu beef, piccalilli mustard, tomato, onion, chips and parsley. Or if fish is more your dish, try the soft-shell crab or phlyeto fish with crispy fried flathead.

Lefkas Taverna | West End

Juicy meats served with pita, salad and tzatziki from Lefkas Taverna are sure to fill you up. With flavours that will keep you coming back for more, a meal from Lefkas will become a weekly occurrence.

Ambrosia & Co. | Bulimba

Served on a platter instead of the traditional wrap, choose between tender roasted chicken or lamb with pita bread, ambrosia slaw, basil puree, tzatziki and Greek fries. It’s perfect for sharing as a starter… unless you plan to keep it all to yourself.

Euro Café | Woolloongabba

For a tasty treat, try the chicken, lamb or halloumi yiros from Euro Café. With red onion, tzatziki, tomato and rocket all wrapped up in fresh pita bread that’s been lightly scorched on the grill, it’s sure to keep you satisfied all day long.

Feature Image: The Yiros Shop

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