Glasgow Greek food cart opens at new spot in Merchant City’s festival village

The Greek food cart has opened their second site yesterday in Merchant City as part of their festival village. Feta’s usual trailer will be closed for maintenance but they will be trading until Sunday at the festival from 12pm till late. Behind the cart are two young dads, Calvin and Chris, who had originally aimed to drive their truck into a spot on the east coast after appearing at food festivals there, before eventually parking up in Glasgow.

On their Facebook and Instagram pages, they showcase some of their most popular dishes, which Calvin says includes Greek classics souvlaki and gyros, but that their honey bites – fried filo wrapped feta parcels, drizzled with honey and topped in toasted sesame – have in particular hit the sweet spot for passing foodies.

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To sign up, simply enter your email address into this link here. Now not only can you get some delicious Greek food, but a pint to go with it. There’s plenty for vegetarians too, with all of the delicious-looking, colourful sauces completely meat-free.

Glasgow Greek food cart opens at new spot in Merchant City's festival villageUnsurprisingly, these gyro’s have been top sellers – especially now you can have a pint to wash it down

With the weekend to bring some Scottish sunshine we’ve no doubt that Feta’s site will be packed with those looking to enjoy the bank holiday weekend with some good food.

To find out more you can visit them here on Facebook, or on Instagram here.