A Greek food startup opened its doors in a Greek fast food restaurant chain on Monday, attracting fast food chains such as Burger King and McDonalds to the city.
The startup, called Angel Food Cake, opened its first Greek restaurant on Monday.
It is named after the Greek goddess of light who feeds the world’s hungry with food.
Angel Food Cake’s CEO, Giorgos Tzoulakis, told the Athens Postimees that Angel Food is aiming to bring the Greek food trend to the world, as well as offering the world a new kind of fast food.
“There is nothing quite like fast food in Greece, there is nothing better than fast food,” he said.
“I think fast food is a very good thing.
It brings people together, it brings people happiness.
We have to give people the same opportunities we have.”
I think that’s what is special about Angel Food.
It has a new approach to fast food that’s not just a burger.
It’s a Greek food that starts and ends with u.
Angel Food Cakes menu, which includes burgers, pizzas, salads, cakes and sweets, includes Greek sweets like limes and lorikeets, as opposed to traditional Greek sweets such as salted caramel or salted butter.”
We’re doing this as a challenge for Greece, a challenge to the whole world, and we think that we can be a positive influence on the Greek people.”
Angel Food Cakes menu, which includes burgers, pizzas, salads, cakes and sweets, includes Greek sweets like limes and lorikeets, as opposed to traditional Greek sweets such as salted caramel or salted butter.
Tzyrakis told the newspaper that he wants to offer a Greek experience for the entire world.
“This is a challenge that we have to take seriously.
We’re really hoping that this will become a symbol of a change for Greece and the whole of Europe.
It can become a new model for Greece.”
The restaurant will open on Sunday, and Tzyrkins plans to serve food from all over the world.
“The menu will have a lot of different foods that we hope that people will enjoy,” he told the paper.
“And the Greek staff will be very welcoming.
They will come here with smiles on their faces.”