We asked for Long Island’s best Greek gyros. Then we ate and shot photos

Andrew Theodorakis

yērōs – authentically Greek

429 Rt. 25A, St. James

Gyro is spelled yērō in Greek, and its meaning is simple: round.

These gryos are true to their name: they’re round and stuffed carefully with meat carved in a circular pattern from the spit. That tight shape helps pack all the flavors into each bite, and they don’t fall apart. Theirs are made more traditionally, with tomato (no lettuce), onion, tzatziki and fries.

Yērōs also sells Greek treats such as candy yogurt and soda. Click here for the full menu.

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