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Gr Acropolis Now

Cuisine: Greek
Location: Perth CBD

Note: Has now closed

One of the lunch times I popped out for a walk and noticed a new retail complex and food court opened above the underground train station. I popped upstairs to have a look at what’s on offer. At this early stage, not a huge amount had opened but I thought I’d come by one of these days for lunch. Today was the day so after having a look around with an ex-colleague, I decided to give Greek a go and headed to Gr Acropolis Now.

I went with the pork gyros which came with shards of pork like you would find in a souvlaki, chips, salad, 4 pita quarters and tsadzeki. The chips were lovely with just the right amount of salt and the pork meat was tasty too. With the pita, I chucked a bit of pork, lettuce, salad and tsadzeki and ate it like an open souvlaki. There was quite a bit on the plate for just $12 and was excellent value. The serving of pork was more than generous as too with the chips. I nearly managed to finish the lot with a bit of help from my lunch mate who ate some of my chips too.

The store also sells souvlaki and they also have a few sweets which are a bit similar to each other, one being baclava. I’ll have to come by again to try some.

PS: tried the baclava the next day which was pretty good, a lot more sweeter, but not as good as the Turkish stall at the Eat Drink Perth 2011 hawker night.

Verdict: A pretty good meal with variety. The chips were delicious and the pork and tsadzeki were lovely too. A generous serving left me feeling pretty stuffed.
Price: Reasonable
Taste: Great
Value: Excellent
Recommendation: Worth Visiting Again

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Gr Acropolis Now, reviewed by Shaun on 2011-03-14T18:32:05+00:00 rating 3.4 out of 5
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