What is a Gyro?
The gyro is a popular Greek street food that has become popular in many parts of the world. Its history can be traced back to the early 20th century, when it was first introduced in Greece by Greek immigrants from Anatolia.
The original Greek gyro was actually inspired by the Turkish doner kebab, which consists of meat cooked on a vertical spit and shaved off in thin slices. When the Greek immigrants arrived in Greece, they adapted the Turkish kebab to suit their own tastes and culture, and the gyro was born.