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  • Chicken Souvlaki


    Indulge in the divine taste of our Chicken Souvlaki, a blessed dish that’s sure to delight your senses and uplift your spirit. This heavenly meal features succulent pieces of tender chicken, marinated to perfection with a blend of traditional Greek herbs and spices. Paired with a refreshing tzatziki sauce and a side of lemon wedges, this dish is a true taste of Greece. As you savor every bite, may your heart be filled with gratitude for the bountiful blessings of our Lord. Order now and experience the divine flavors of our Chicken Souvlaki.

  • Greek Salad


    This blessed salad features a vibrant mix of crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes, cool cucumbers, tangy red onions, and briny Kalamata olives, all topped with crumbled feta cheese and a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil.

  • Green Beans


    Looking for a delicious and healthy side dish or light main course? Try our Green Beans Greek, a flavorful and nutritious dish that’s sure to satisfy your taste buds.

  • Lemon Roasted Potatoes


    Looking for a side dish that’s a cut above the rest? Our Greek Lemon Potatoes are sure to please! Cooked in a flavorful lemon-garlic broth, these potatoes absorb all the delicious flavours before being roasted to golden perfection.

  • Spanakopita


    A traditional Greek entrée, spanakopita is a delicious, savory pie filled with spinach and onions mixed with feta cheese and eggs. The filling is enveloped between layers of light, flaky phyllo dough.

Payment and pick-up instructions:

To place an order, simply browse our selection of delicious options in the shop and proceed to checkout. You will receive an email confirmation after your order is placed. Please indicate your preferred pickup time by adding a note at checkout.


  • Limited quantities per night.
  • Pre-book your orders before Friday at 3 PM and pick them up at your desired time between 4:30 & 7:00 PM at St.Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church’s gates (2255 Grant Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0S2).

Images may not reflect the actual platter, but the taste will still be Greekly irresistible