Mr. Gyros is opened in Yerevan from 2009 and only during 1 year of its activity, due to its quality and right administration, Mr. Gyros could conquer a leading space in sphere of fast food in Armenia.
Greek Gyros: O gyros gyrizei
Does the above sound Greek to you? Of course it does, after all it is pure Greek and it simply means that the "gyros" turns around. A "gyros" is a full turn and the verb "gyrizo" means "to rotate". In Greece, gyros is also a type of fast food. Gyros turns, cooks and becomes a sandwich for hungry passers-by.
Take a stroll around any town centre in Greece and you'll soon spot the Greek fast food outlets, souvlaki shops, cooking and selling gyros pitas and souvlaki to customers who walk on, enjoying their fast food in big, hasty bites. Of course some people prefer to sit at one of the few tables to enjoy their food in comfort, drink a beer and avoid getting grease on their clothes.
What is Greek gyros? Why, the well-known upright spit stacked with thin slices of pork that rotates slowly in front of the electric bars or, in rare cases, coals. The heat melts the fat, which drips from the bottom end of the spit, and the fat cone of meat becomes nicely brown and crunchy as it turns.
Sacks of chips are fried in nearby professional chip fryers, while the pita bread is basted in olive oil and heated on the grill. All these ingredients are part of the gyros you've just ordered.