Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street
Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street
Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street
Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street
Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street
Wham, lamb, thank you, ma'am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street

Wham, lamb, thank you, ma’am! The Lamb Shop opens up on King Street

Just across from the Brisbane Showgrounds is a new eatery that has eaters in a tizzy with the promise of mountains of shaved lamb stuffed into salivation-worthy souvlaki. The Lamb Shop has opened its doors on King Street, plating up a range of Greek souvas and other morsels that would make Sam Kekovich go gaga with joy. If you consider yourself a bit of a Lambassador, this is the place to sate your cravings.

The ancient Greeks were known to be inspired inventors, credited with the creation of objects such as the water mill, the catapult, rudimentary plumbing systems as well as the foundation for modern philosophy and the basis for a lot of scientific discoveries. Despite these achievements, Greece’s best invention is actually in the realm of food – yes, we’re talking about souvlaki. This ancient act of grilling meat has endured and flourished into one of the most popular and satisfying fast-casual meals available today. The Lamb Shop is a Gold Coast-born and bred eatery that has amassed a huge following of fans that can’t get enough of its signature spit-roasted lamb. Following on from the openings of Super ComboThe George Bar & Bistro, Fat Dumpling, Il Verde, Sushi & Nori and Hello Chicken, The Lamb Shop has opened on King Street in Bowen Hills, firmly making its mark on Brisbane’s Greek eats.

The Lamb Shop’s King Street location boasts a similar layout to its older sibling – but with a bit more room to move for patrons. Every morning the coals are fired at 6:30 am in preparation for the massive hunks of lamb and chicken, which are roasted for an average of five hours on the rotisserie. When it comes to The Lamb Shop’s bread and butter, souvlaki is key. Patrons can order wraps containing succulent roast lamb or chicken from the spit, topped with either hand-cut chips, onion and mustard mayo or tomato, lettuce and tzatziki. There’s more to the menu than just souvlaki (aren’t we spoiled!) with char-grilled lamb ribs, flash-fried southern calamari, grilled corn, grilled sheep’s milk cheese and more on the venue’s bar snack menu. Speaking of the bar, The Lamb Shop’s got plenty to complement your meal – that’s for sure! Wash down your meal with beer from Mythos, Young Henrys, Cricketers Arms and Doss Blockos, or opt for a wine instead.

Head to the Stumble Guide for all location and contact details.

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