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Souvlaki Brothers

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Published January 8th 2012
The phrase "there's no place like home" was true until I discovered Souvlaki Brothers a few years back.

This traditional, European yiros bar (also known as "Souv Bro's), is situated in Moseley Square at Glenelg and is one of the most popular destinations for a relaxed lunch or dinner by the seaside.

Shop front

Souvlaki Brothers is home to many local party-animals, who, instead of taking part in a typical "maccas run", indulge in a yiros to cure their so-called "drunk cravings".

Meat being carved off the spit.

One of my all-time favourites from their wide selection is the traditional lamb yiros. It's jam-packed with lamb (fresh off the spit), lettuce, tomato, onion and garlic sauce. Another favourite is the Cypriot yiros, which gives you a little extra taste with haloumi cheese.

Another thing that can't go unnoticed are their famous hot chips, simply because they are like no other. They're garnished with chicken salt and oregano, but as a wise man once said, "it always tastes better when someone else makes it".

Although they are mainly known for their mouth-watering yiros', Souvlaki Brothers also make a selection of burgers, salads, meat packs, skewers (octopus, prawn, lamb or chicken) and kids meals.

If you haven't tried Souvlaki Brothers already, I recommend that you go, then come back and tell us what you think.
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Why? Because once you try their yiros, you'll become addicted.
When: Mon-Sun 12pm 'til late
Where: Moseley Square, Glenelg
Cost: See website for full menu and price list.
looks good!
By adela - reader
Monday, 9th of January @ 02:45 am
I love souv bros yiros
By Anonymous
Monday, 9th of January @ 02:59 am
Great yiros, pity about the sleazebags!
By Anonymous
Saturday, 18th of February @ 04:20 am
All food is great and the chips aren't just chicken salt and oregano it is a special salt mix that has been passed down from generation to generation. As for the sleazebag comment I frequent the place and have never come across any sleazes that work there.
By dejia - reader
Friday, 3rd of August @ 12:03 am
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