A GREEK takeaway has recently opened in a Herefordshire town, but you could easily miss it if you don't know where to look.

Suv-Laki is hidden away in the back of Seven Seas, a chip shop in Ross-on-Wye.

Although you can't sit in and eat, with the business offering takeaway only, I was chuffed to find out that it's available on the Just Eat app.

Suv-Laki offers everything expected from a Greek takeaway. Souvlaki, gyros, wraps and salad bowls are all available on the menu.

Being partial to a gyro wrap, I decided to try the chicken and halloumi one (£11.95).

I also ordered food for my family, with another gyro wrap for my boyfriend, a halloumi box (£12.95) for my mum and the honey halloumi (£7.95) for my grandma. We also got a portion of fries for free as part of a special offer for spending over £25.

We waited around 30 minutes for our order before it arrived at our door.

The food was nicely packaged and warm when it arrivedThe food was nicely packaged and warm when it arrived (Image: Bridie Adams)

I opened the packaging of my wrap to find a pillowy soft pitta full of fresh fillings including meat, cheese and salad.

It was a generous size, and I had to eat it with a knife and fork because it was too big for me to bite into.

The tomatoes were flavourful and juicy, the cucumber added a refreshing, cool flavour, and the halloumi and chicken combination was delicious. However, I think it needed more tzatziki.

The four of us also shared the free portion of oregano fries, which were perfectly seasoned.

The rest of my family enjoyed their meals too, and we agreed that we would definitely be ordering from Suv-Laki again.

The new Ross-on-Wye takeaway is the latest branch opened by husband and wife team Nick and Andri Gavriel, who also have Suv-Laki takeaways in Birmingham, Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Daventry and Stoke-on-Trent.

As Suv-Laki is a "dark kitchen", meaning there's no seating or spots for dining in, if you want to try the food you'll have to order via a delivery app.

It is open from 11am to 8.30pm every day, serving up a range of delicious Greek goodies.


"Dark kitchens" are a way in which food businesses can launch and test the waters in a new neighbourhood without having to commit thousands of pounds to setting up an entire restaurant.

The Ross-on-Wye branch is situated in Seven Seas Fish and Chips in Broad Street, a popular chip shop that offers dining in and takeaway, and can be ordered on delivery apps.