Meat and Greek are no strangers to the Cardiff street food circuit having regular appearances at the Street Food Circus and other events throughout last summer.
The family run business first appeared at the Womanby Pop Up serving traditional Greek Souvlaki, over hot coals and instantly made a huge impression, fulfilling the shortage of Greek street food vendors in Cardiff.
Greeks don’t do anything by halves, especially food. They are proud of the fact that their portions are generous and the ingredients are wholesome.
To celebrate one year of trading they have decided to open a pop-up restaurant in Cardiff Bay in an iconic disused building.
Inspired by the style of their Family’s taverna in the mountains of Cyprus they will be serving up traditional Cypriot Meze using their family recipes that have been passed down the generations, many of whom you saw serving and stoking the coals at their stalls this summer. Their uncle Taso has even threatened to make an appearance with his Greek guitar (bouzouki). Got to love a bit of Greek music – OPA!
You can find Meat and Greek’s first pop-up restaurant at the top of Bute street in the old Corys House throughout December .
If you fancy sampling some flame grilled Greek goodness with a generous side of Cypriot hospitality (and a big dollop of hummus just for good measure) you can catch them on these dates:
Friday 4th & Saturday 5th
Friday 11th & Saturday 12th
Friday 18th & Saturday 19th