Zeus Street Greek opens up in Rosebery’s new food precinct (Sydney)

Rosebery’s new food emporium on Morley Avenue is quickly starting to take shape, coloured with a range of top Sydney eats and drinks and this week the precinct just welcomed the third Australian store from Zeus Street Greek. The hugely successful greek street food purveyor has been on quite a roll since the first store opened in June last year in Drummoyne, with Brisbane’s South Bank following soon after.

Zeus Street Greek Rosebery is in great company so far, with the precinct also boasting a store from Black Star Pastry, as well as Da Mario, and of course Archie Rose Distillery.


Those heading along to check out the new opening can expect all the same street-style favourites that made the first two stores such a success, like the range of souvlas, salads, and traditional Greek dips, which are served up right alongside meze dishes like haloumi, spanakopita, and the great feta & oregano chips. There’s even the new Paleo Lunchbox to give you a nice, comprehensive lunch without breaking that diet.

“It [has] been a really exciting year for Zeus, expanding the brand across NSW as well as interstate and it’s clear there’s a demand for fast, fresh Greek street food. We look forward to continuing to showcase and offer a traditional and authentic casual Greek food experience to our customers across the country”, said one of the founders, Costa Anastasiadis.

This Rosebery venue is the latest opening for the brand, with a fourth store in Dulwich Hill expected later in the year.

You can find Zeus Street Greek Rosebery at 2/34 Morely Avenue. It’s open 7 days from 11:30am to 9:30pm with both dine-in and takeaway options, in addition to a home delivery service using zero emission Fonzarelli scooters to surrounding suburbs.

For more info head to www.zeusstreetgreek.com.au


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Chris Singh

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