Craving some form of Mediterranean food, we decided to drop by Gyros Fix in Five Dock and have some Greek food that has long been missed.
As soon as we walked inside, our senses were immediately comforted by the most amazing smell of fresh meat and pita bread. Gyros Fix has chicken, lamb and pork gyros’ (a pita bread wrap with meat, tomato, onion, tzatziki and chips) available, alongside some other Greek foods. In the end, we realised we came to Gyros Fix for one reason, and therefore we ordered a chicken and a lamb gyros.
Overall, the meal was quite filling but not particularly amazing. The lamb unfortunately tasted rather dry, however the tzatziki sauce did go a long way to remedying this issue. The major standout however was the pita bread, which I thought was absolutely amazing and could have had significantly more.
Gyros Fix is a simple restaurant that doesn’t pretend to be something it’s not. There was Greek music playing in the background and the service was friendly and relatively fast. There was an ample amount of seating, both inside and out, and the restaurant itself is rather plain.
We came to Gyros Fix with uncertain expectations and those remained with us. Some parts of the meal tasted average, whilst others tasted positively fantastic. We will probably be returning at some point in the future to try some other parts of their menu, and then return with a more informed opinion.