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The Best Gyros for Takeout in Toronto

The Best Gyros for Takeout in Toronto

The Best Gyros for Takeout in Toronto

Look no further if you're trying to hunt down the best gyros for takeout in Toronto.

Gyros is a popular Greek dish that is often confused with Middle Eastern shawarma and al pastor when viewed at first glance. Derived from the Turkish doner kebab, gyros is usually prepared by using pork or chicken and is then cooked on a vertical spit. Slices of the meat are carved off onto a pita that is typically topped with tomato slices, onions, french fries and tzatziki. You can also enjoy gyros on its own with sides of your choice and a Greek salad. While Greektown is home to quite a few restaurants that serve gyros, there are many other places in the city that offer up the Greek staple as well.

Here are some of the best places you can get gyros for takeout and delivery in Toronto.

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8

708 Pape Ave

Souv Like

Souv Like

Satisfy your late-night gyro cravings at this Danforth restaurant with one of their gyro wraps, dinners, boxes or even poutine. Other popular offerings include their kontosouvli and souvlaki. 

9

2008 Lawrence Ave E

Cosmos Agora

Cosmos Agora

Cosmos Agora is your one-stop shop in Scarborough for Greek groceries, meat and deli, bakery items and homemade foods from their hot counter. While you’re there, don’t forget to try their pork or chicken gyros on a plate or pita.

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Look no further if you're trying to hunt down the best gyros for takeout in Toronto.

Gyros is a popular Greek dish that is often confused with Middle Eastern shawarma and al pastor when viewed at first glance. Derived from the Turkish doner kebab, gyros is usually prepared by using pork or chicken and is then cooked on a vertical spit. Slices of the meat are carved off onto a pita that is typically topped with tomato slices, onions, french fries and tzatziki. You can also enjoy gyros on its own with sides of your choice and a Greek salad. While Greektown is home to quite a few restaurants that serve gyros, there are many other places in the city that offer up the Greek staple as well.

Here are some of the best places you can get gyros for takeout and delivery in Toronto.