The Greek food cart opened its second location yesterday in Merchant City as part of its festival village.
The usual Feta trailer will be closed for maintenance but they will be in operation until Sunday at the festival from 12pm until late.
Behind the cart are two young dads, Calvin and Chris, who originally planned to drive their truck to a location on the east coast after attending food festivals there, before eventually parking in Glasgow.
On their Facebook and Instagram pages, they feature some of their most popular dishes, which Calvin says include Greek classics souvlaki and gyros, but that their honey bites – packets of fried feta wrapped in filo, drizzled with honey and garnished with toasted sesame – have particularly hit the sweet spot for passing foodies.
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Now not only can you get delicious Greek food, but also a pint to go with it.
There’s plenty for vegetarians too, with all the delicious and colorful sauces completely meatless.
With the weekend to bring some Scottish sunshine, we have no doubt that the Feta site will be packed with those looking to enjoy the bank holiday weekend with some great food.