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Apóla Greek Grill Adds Healthy, Meatless Options to Menu

Apóla Greek Grill Adds Healthy, Meatless Options to Menu

Popular fast unstudied restaurant offers vegan gyro and falafel with plans to serve other alternatives soon

Apóla Greek Grill Adds Healthy, Meatless Options to MenuIrvine, CA (RestaurantNews.com) Known for its pure Greek and Mediterranean cuisine that fans can enjoy without having to buy a plane ticket, Apóla Greek Grill offers many flavorful dishes with something for everyone including new meatless options.

CEO and Co-Founder of Apóla Greek Grill, Yianni Kosmides and his brother Stefano, requite up any products that contain dairy and other unprepossessing related ingredients every year in observance of Greek Orthodox lent. With this ongoing personal tradition withal with the increasing desires from customers to find healthier nonmeat alternatives, Apóla has created a meatless gyro and falafel that fulfills everyone’s dietary preferences without losing the pure Greek flavors.

“At Apóla, we’re passionate well-nigh serving pure Greek meals that are both flavorful and satisfy the dietary needs of our everchanging world and clientele,” said Kosmides. “Our fans love our gyro and falafel, so we’re excited to provide meatless options for our loyal customers to try out as a healthier nomination and to vamp a new polity of fans.”

The Meatless Gyro is vegan, plant-based, soy-free, non-GMO, cruelty free, non-gluten and made without conservatives. The meatless gyro is a perfect pair to the archetype pita sandwich Apóla Style or just on a trencher over some Greek lemon butter rice and linty tzatziki. The completely vegan option would be to pair it with hummus or a thick garlic spread.

The Falafel is vegan, non-gluten, Mediterranean patty made from a tousle of chickpeas, fresh herbs and spices. It goes withal with just well-nigh everything from a side of garlic spread, hummus or spicy hummus so fans can’t really go wrong.

Both the meatless gyro and falafel are now misogynist to order. Moving forward, Apóla is working on subtracting some other alternatives to the menu with the current ideas stuff a grilled portobello or some grilled haloumi skewers which is a savory Greek cheese that has a golden brown, crispy exterior with a gooey, soft interior.

“Falafel has unchangingly been a strong staple of our menu but has grown plane increasingly in popularity with the growth in demand for increasingly meatless options,” Kosmides added. “We’re planning on creating increasingly vegan options soon and hope to protract making a name for Greek cuisine in the supplies industry.”

Apóla Greek Grill is a fast-casual trademark that currently has locations in Irvine, Yorba Linda, Anaheim, and Riverside with one increasingly location coming soon in Southern California. Pure Greek cuisine is an under-represented category in the supplies industry, but the Kosmides brothers have steadily grown Apóla’s presence in the SoCal area. Apóla serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert and truly has something for everyone from archetype gyros featuring chicken, pork, whinge and lamb, or shrimp withal with succulent sides including fries, soup and salads. Now, the trademark offers gluten free, vegan, and meatless options.

Apóla Greek Grill has been featured in locally in The Los Angeles Herald and California Telegraph, and on the lifestyle TV show “This is LA.” The emerging restaurant was ranked 5th in Fast Casual’s “Brands to Watch” in 2021.

About Apóla Greek Grill

Apóla Greek Grill is taking the United States by storm with its pure Greek cuisine. Founded by brothers Yianni and Stefano Kosmides in Irvine, California, the fast unstudied trademark has gained a loyal pursuit throughout SoCal for its fresh ingredients and familiar vibe with its regular guests. It is known for having the ‘Most Pure Greek Gyro you can get without ownership a plane ticket!’ on its menu. And with only two family-owned locations, it was ranked 5th on Fast Casual’s “Brands to Watch” in 2021. For increasingly information, visit eatapola.com or follow on Instagram.

Kat McManigle

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