Mad Greek restaurant menu

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One of SLC’s finest spots to grab a bite to eat on the go – mixing both quality and affordability. Our standout favorite here is the classic gyro and a side of salty fries. The gyro is one of the best in town, if not the very best in our opinion. A super fluffy pita bread is slathered in tons of rich tzatziki sauce and layered with generous amounts of gyro, finished off with red onion and tomato. Yum.

The following Mad Greek restaurant menu is dated January 2018, and was converted from a download on the restaurant’s site:

Mad Greek menu - gyro, breakfast, dinner platters
Mad Greek menu – gyro, breakfast, dinner platters
Mad Greek menu - sandiwches, salads, specials
Mad Greek menu – sandiwches, salads, specials
Mad Greek menu - side orders
Mad Greek menu – side orders
Mad Greek menu - spaghetti, diet platters, beverages, desserts
Mad Greek menu – spaghetti, diet platters, beverages, desserts

The following Mad Greek restaurant menu is dated June 2014 and was scanned from a mailer in the post:

mad greek menu slc june 2014

What are the hours for Mad Greek

Monday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Tuesday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Wednesday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Thursday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Friday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Saturday 10.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Sundayclosed

What else should I know about Mad Greek

Cuisine: American and Greek
Don’t miss: Gyro
Reservations: No
Parking: On site
Alcohol: No
Service and atmosphere: Casual, counter service, drive thru

Where is Mad Greek located in Utah

The business used to have more locations but as of 2017 now only has two locations as follows:

Millcreek
4504 South 900 East
(801) 266-4501

South Salt Lake
50 East 2100 South
(801) 466-3822

5 COMMENTS

  1. Omg. Just tried your place today. I am very impressed. From the menu to pricing from portion size to flavor everything was perfect. This store has been around the corner since I moved here and just never tried it. You have a customer for life

  2. I bought the platter dinner last night because they open on Sunday anymore, when I open this afternoon to eat, I was displeased, there was hair on one of the piece of cheese, the rice was like stuck together, no flavor, the meat was dried, no flavor. I think the owner just got a low quality of rice, and maybe the cook is not the same one, because I always buy the feast platter.

    • I go there and talk to the owner all the time and they can’t find good help. They pay more then most but in this day and age here in Utah everyone is looking for good help. No one wants to be behind the counter serving food anymore they want an app for that. Quality is still there number one thing but when the owner wants to go home and rest that’s when you question things. They can’t get a day off or these kind of things happen. Must be tough selling food everyday working 12 hour days 6 days a week and can’t find help. What kind of life is that? And then get a bad review because your not there 24/7. I go there every day and not to work but to appreciate them being there for my belly and my wallet. Love it

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