George Calombaris’ Greek street food favourite Gazi returns

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Chef George Calombaris is bringing back his Greek street food favourite Gazi after five years.

Famous for its original feta chips, Gazi will be popping up at Calombaris’ The Hellenic House Project restaurant at Highett in Melbourne, Victoria in July.

Calombaris told The Herald Sun Gazi “was such a great part of Melbourne’s hospitality scene” and he decided to bring it back to remember “the nostalgia of the good old days.”

“The team is super pumped. Gazi was delicious and fun. So, very excited to bring it back this July,” he said.

Gazi will takeover the Hellenic’s downstairs ‘kitchen’ and upstairs ‘good room’ with a month-long menu that won’t break the bank.

People can expect some of the originals to return including feta chips and prawn kataifi with tarama, alongside new $20 “all you can eat” souvas and lunch deals.

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