Fast Casual street food

The “Fast Casual Dining” concept is based on a simple menu, few choice items customized by the customer, quick service, fresh “Real Food” ingredients in a clean modern environment and promoting natural, healthier, environmentally friendlier sustainable food resources. It is the choice of younger generations, who also favor ethnic cuisines for the same reasons.

Megas Yeeros responds to the new social and environmental messages. It follows trends by investing in new technologies and product innovation. In a respond to the demand for ethnic food, it enhanced its range with a Hispanic and an Arabic line. Within a year, it has introduced more than 10 new products for these lines.

Suvlas - Panama

Suvlas’ fast casual dining concept started in 2016 with the vision to become the No1 player in Greek Souvlaki in Panama. So far, they have opened 4 restaurants and plan to open 4 more in the near future


Niko Niko - Houston

Houston, we have a lift off! Greek cuisine is doing wonders in this part of the United States. With 3 restaurants packed on a daily basis, the Megas Yeeros products have become the talk of town.

GRK - New York

GRK Fresh opened in 2015 with the vision to spread Greek Culture through the United States and the Middle East. At present they operate 10 restaurants in the Big Apple, Washington D.C., Dubai and Qatar. They are also a big part of university life with two restaurants, one in NYU and the other in George Washington University.

Peppers - Greece

Fast Casual Dining concept in Greece is about smart and casual food choices in the environment of a proper restaurant. Peppers was the first of its kind in Greece and had a huge success. They have 2 restaurants in the most classy suburbs of Athens.

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Tsi Tsi - Greece

Tsi Tsi opened its doors in 2014 and has today 3 restaurants in some of the main Athens suburbs. It delivers its Fast Casual Dining concept in a proper restaurant environment of 300 – 400 sq m. Its star product is yeeros and they are very popular for their lively atmosphere.

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Taka Taka - Bristol

It’s a Greek restaurant grill, take away and delicatessen. They call their pittas ‘magic rolls’ and promote Greek culture with a spark of Englishness. They also sell tin containers of feta and other Greek deli foods. They are a signature Greek fast food in the center of Bristol.

Mamas Pita - London

They have taken London by storm. They cook on grill over hot coals. They offer souvlaki, yeeros and pita and like most Mediterranean mamas do, make it the tastiest and healthiest way to eat on the go. They use electric bicycles to deliver showing respect to the environment.