‘Lost for words’: Souvlaki Boys win in the Inner West Local Business Awards 2021


Greek-owned business, Souvlaki Boys, have won the ‘Outstanding Specialised Retail Business Award’ for the second year in a row at the Inner West Local Business Awards 2021.

“I’m lost for words,” co-owner, Nick Alepidis, tells The Greek Herald exclusively.

“When we won for the first time, it was an amazing experience. Now we are smiling from ear to ear. We can’t thank our customers enough and all those who have supported us. Our father has been our biggest influence, teaching us the trade.”

Co-owners of Souvlaki Boys, Nick and Arthur Alepidis. Photo supplied.

Nick’s father, Greg Alepidis, started his business trade in Canterbury as part owner of Advanced Poultry and sold his shares in 2016. Now he has passed on his recipes to Nick and his brother, Arthur, who run Souvlaki Boys.

Nick and Arthur opened Souvlaki Boys in the heart of Marrickville, Sydney in 2016 and have gained a loyal following ever since for their lamb backstrap, pork neck, pork belly and chicken souvlakia.

“[The award] is a testament to the staff, my father who helps out and our customers who made all this possible,” Nick concludes.




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