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$8 Pitas (Reg $11 - $13.50) @ Zeus Street Greek (21st Jan 11.30am-3pm)


We are heartbroken by the devastation of the bushfires happening here in our beautiful home. However we are inspired by the bravery of those in the field and the community spirit of those donating and fundraising to help those in need out. In that same spirit we’d like to invite you to come join us at any of the below Zeus restaurants and make your lunch make a difference on the 21st January 2020.
We will be selling our famous pitas at a special price of $8* between 11.30am-3pm, with $1 for every pita sold being donated to the Red Cross bush fire relief fund.

Participating restaurants:
Australia Square, Downstairs Food Court, 2000
Balgowlah, 385 Sydney Rd, 2093 (Balgowlah will run this fundraiser 5.30pm onwards due to opening times)
Broadway, Level 2, Broadway Shopping Centre, 2007
Drummoyne, 187-189 Lyons Rd, 2047
Dulwich Hill 362-372 New Canterbury Rd, 2203
Gladesville 1-7 Monash Rd, 2111
Kotara, Westfield Kotara Rooftop Dining, 2289
North Sydney, Northpoint Tower Food Court, 2060
Rosebery, The Cannery, 34 Morley Ave, 2018
Surry Hills, 81 Foveaux Street, 2010
Shellharbour, The Avenue Dining, Stockland Shellharbour, 2529
Westfield Sydney, Level 5 Food Court, 2000
Wetherill Park, Greenway Plaza, 2164
Canberra, 21 Genge St, 2600
Chermside, Westfield Chermside Outdoor Dining, 4032
Harbourtown, Harbourtown Shopping Centre, 4216
Queens Plaza, Queens Plaza Shopping Centre, 4000
Robina, Robina Town Centre Dining, 4230
Southbank, 13/14 Little Stanley St, 4101
Moonee Ponds, 21-31 Hall Street, 3039
Carousel, Westfield Carousel Rooftop Dining, 6107

*Extras and modifications charged at full price including switching to gluten free bread. Not available with any other offer, on third party apps or Zeus App order ahead.

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  • -2 votes

    $8 Pitas

    including spanakopita ?

  • +1 vote

    In their menu, it shows gyros under pitas, and the only pita on the menu is under sharing plates



    It's a pita there isn't an SA store…

  • -3 votes

    $1 lol

  • -3 votes

    A pita is the same as a kebab.


    It's all Greek to me.


    As a Greek, I can't understand why there are countless different names all over the place…. Ask for a Pita here, it's a pizza style baked pastry with various fillings, predominately cheese… A souvlaki is meat on a skewer…. A yiros is soft pita bread wrapped around filling….


      I was told that souvlaki is how the northern Greeks describe the gyros, and that has translated to Melbourne (and the rest of the country) because of the large population of northerners who migrated here?

      • +1 vote

        And while we are at it, the variations in spelling :)

        Who knows, but parents born in Greece, and I've always known it differently. Mother was actually in the Northern part too, her idea of a Pita of which she's always making, is vastly different.

        Each state in Australia is different too.

        In SA it's usually Yiros, not souvlaki or Gyro, or kebab…


    Want a proper gyros in Australia gyradiko the best forget these Zeus ones lol


    I love Zeus Street Greek for a food court lunch. Just ordered their lamb shoulder pita for $8, normally $13.50. They ask if you want to donate a dollar for the Red Cross for the fires, which I did as it's obviously still a great deal.