The most expensive souvlaki: gyros at a price of 17 euros

Souvlaki at an astronomical price win fans, and those in charge rub their hands in satisfaction. They probably did not even expect that a gyros for 17 euros would make so much noise!

Souvlaki is known to have fans all over the world and traditional Greek street food can be found in most countries. The specific souvlaki mentioned below are made in Britain and have already been the subject of discussion because 1 serving of gyros sells for 17 euros. Greek restaurant managers decided on this “breakthrough” and, as they say, did not lose.

All this is happening at a time when prices for kebabs (souvlaki, gyros) in Greece are constantly growing and have already jumped the 3 euro mark everywhere. However, for the British, it seems that this is “mere pennies”, writes

Two Greek grill restaurants in Church Stratton, near Birmingham, have chosen to include the classic Greek “fast food” on their menus, and despite the price, customers prefer it. As the owner of the catering establishment mentioned in a conversation with reporters from the Alfa channel, “we decided to include Greek souvlaki in the English-language menu of the diner.”

The price of a serving is about 17 euros, and more and more customers want to taste the “exotic”. Even though it is not the main course served in the restaurant, there are days when they sell 150 to 200 souvlaki, made just like in Greece.

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