Thursday, March 20, 2008

Cyma's Chicken Gyro

After having snack at Kozui & buying cakes to go at Uno, it's time for dinner at Cyma in Trinoma.

I have eaten at their other branches but it's my first time at the Trinoma branch. It's also my first time to try their Chicken Gyro P140.

Cyma's Chicken Gyro is made up of chicken, tomatoes, red onions, tzatziki (cucumber, garlic & Greek yogurt dip), wrapped in whole wheat pita bread.

It is tasty and filling. A balanced meal in itself, with the fiber in the whole wheat pita bread, the protein in the chicken, the vitamins in the veggies and the fats & dairy in the yogurt.

The tzatziki is creamy & tangy, the vegetables are fresh, crunchy & well-seasoned, the pita bread is just lightly toasted and the chicken has a smoky-grilled flavor to it.

It's obvious that they don't scrimp on ingredients and definitely worthy of its P140 price.

By the way, the sauce that accompanies the gyro is lethal, so a little goes a long way.

Happy Eating!

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