Zeus Street Greek, Sydney

When Zeus Street Greek opened in Drummoyne it caused quite the buzz. I can recall countless Instagram posts and check-ins by satisfied patrons. When a place is so heavily talked about and documented on social network it’s hard to resist a visit – and the photos of the food looked delicious.

I met Lex one Friday after work and we waited a while before snagging a shared table in the bustling joint. Fun fact: the other couple we shared a table with just so happened to be a work colleague of mine!

Since our visit to Zeus there have been a few more establishments that have popped up around town, proving how popular it has become.


  • Drummoyne
  • Kotara
  • Cronulla
  • Dulwich Hill
  • Roseberry

 The idea of Zeus is to create and serve fresh dishes that derive from time-old methods of cooking and family recipes, whilst creating a family vibe in their restaurants. I think they manage to accomplish that philosophy with their welcoming staff and lively atmosphere. The dishes are served hot and fresh in a timely manner.

 What we ordered:

 Lex and I ordered the ‘Uncle Tzimmy Classic’, which comes in both a pork or chicken variety. I think for first timers to Zeus this is the most obvious option on the menu. If we were to go back I would be a little wilder with my choice perhaps! The ‘Uncle Tzimmy Classic’ is a pita with pork or chicken, tzatziki, onion and paprika – all very definitively Greek flavours and ingredients. The wrap was full of flavour and gave a sophisticated element to ‘street food’. The portion was also generous. It is also affordable too – at just $10.50, making Zeus the perfect spot for a quick but delicious meal. The best bit about this dish however was the chips. I should have mentioned earlier than I liken myself to a ‘Hot chip connoisseur’ – they really are my guilty pleasure and as soon as I see a bowl carried past me by a waiter in a restaurant I simply can’t help but order them. There are two variety of chips at Zeus – the standard chips as I call them, and the extraordinary – Feta and Oregano chips. These really are a must, and I’d go back to Zeus and just order three bowls of these next time! You can also order alcoholic beverages as they are fully licensed. This adds more of a restaurant vibe to the establishment. You can also take-away and order online if you didn’t feel like dining in.

 Whilst definitely not a ‘special occasion’ restaurant, Zeus Street Greek is a fun, casual place that I think is perfect for a quick meal and unwind after work. It is a busy place so do allocate some wait time.

Lis x


4 thoughts on “Zeus Street Greek, Sydney

  1. Helen Chik says:

    This looks sooooooo good! How have I not heard about this place before! Definitely going to have to check it out and your images are making me drool! haha..

    I just recently uploaded my Yacht Week Thailand video diary from my press trip and would love if you could check it out and let me know your thoughts on the video xxx


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