Jimmy Grants (Fitzroy)
- Mr Papadopoulos
- Nona Maria
We started off with Mr Papadopoulos, which is the more traiditona lamb souvlaki. Wrapped within the toasted pita was an abundance of succulent, charred lamb that provided plenty of flavour. The mustard aioli was pleasant and complimentary without being overpowering, with the chips soaking up the juices beautifully.
We also enjoyed the Nonna Maria. The chicken within was equally generous, though a little tougher than the lamb. Due to the utilisation of the same sauces, both souvas turned out rather similar.
Portion sizes could definitely be more generous.
It was overall an enjoyable souva. However, given the size, not sure if it's really worth that price tag. Souvas are supposed to be a cheap staple!
Would Penguin Eat Again?