Finding the best Gyros spots has never been easier. To get you the definitive list of the top Gyros spots, we assessed the top review and restaurant sites incorporating millions of expert and diner reviews. Check out everything you need to know about the best Gyrosrestaurants below.
Finding the best spot to satisfy your Gyros craving shouldn't be so tough. We analyzed 1116 lists and articles from top sources like CBS, Seattle Refined and Foursquare, 4854 Seattle restaurants’ ratings across Google and Yelp, and 1095134 reviews – all with some Feastfox magic to make sense of the madness. The spots that made the cut have been featured in CBS - Best Gyros In Seattle, Seattle Refined - Seattle's 5 Best Gyros and Foursquare - The 15 Best Places for Gyros in Seattle. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. Feastfox gets no money for featuring restaurants in this list – everyone’s earned their place. Gyros connoisseurs and amateurs alike are bound to enjoy this list of the best Seattle Gyros.
Finding the ideal drink pairing for chicken gyro can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some red wine, particularly a glass of Xinomavro. This, vibrant and aromatic, red wine balances the smoky chicken gyro.
Experts recommend pairing lamb gyro with a glass of acidic Sauvignon Blanc, a white wine that acts as a counterpoint for the richness of the lamb.
Experts recommend pairing a gyro with a glass of Furmint, a popular white wine.
At the Niko Niko's World Gyro Eating Championship, Joey "Jaws" Chestnut ate the most gyro in modern history, finishing no less than 308 ounces.
The Mr. Sami Eid of Cyprus holds the world record for making the gyro, an impressive feat considering its weight of 8,866 pounds.
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