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Published January 16th 2015
Taste a gyro
Blenheim Road at North Ryde is a relatively quiet area. There are suburban dwellings on either side of the road, buses that frequent the city operate along here and there is the well-known Blenheim Park, which has a playground, BBQ's and an enclosed doggie run as well as a tennis centre adjacent to the Park.
From Rotisserie House Facebook page
Not far up the road from Blenheim Park are a set of mixed businesses which include a number of restaurants and takeaway joints. Rotisserie House, the new kid on the block, is an eat-in as well as a takeaway establishment.
Recently my family decided to visit to taste a gyro. A traditional gyro is slow-cooked meat on a rotisserie then sliced very thinly. The pita bread is spread with tzatziki, then tomato and parsley is added. The final addition was a little unusual, I thought, as hot chips were added to this mix, then it was all rolled up. Three of us decided on the lamb gyro. There were nodding approvals all round.