Souvla, a Greek-inspired wrap spot with three San Francisco locations, arrives in NYC for two days this week with a delivery-only pop-up via Caviar, the third party delivery company. The restaurant—which SFist dubs "supes pops casual (but organically priced)" and the "Chipotle of Greek food"—specializes in souvlaki, spit-roasted meats and veggies wrapped in pita with sauces and seasonings. They'll be bringing that menu to Manhattan (partially) when the company operates its pop-up on Thursday and Friday for lunch and dinner.
Sandwiches and salads include lamb leg with harissa-spiked yogurt, cucumber, radish, pickled red onion and feta cheese and a vegetarian white sweet potato with garlic yogurt, kalamata olives, walnuts, pickled red onion, pea shoots and mizithra cheese, which is similar to ricotta. The restaurant's pork and chicken options will also be available.
The restaurant's popular "Greek Fries" will also be on offer. The spuds are tossed in olive oil, lemon juice, parsley and mizithra cheese and can be supplemented with a side of harissa-mint-garlic or "Granch," a Greek yogurt equivalent of ranch dressing.
Souvla is one of the most ordered from restaurants in San Francisco via the Caviar app, which early on paired with restaurants that didn't traditionally offer delivery, Souvla included.
The Souvla pop-up will operate Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for dinner via Caviar. Delivery will be available to about 70th Street in Manhattan, according to Caviar, which will be offering free delivery for the duration of Souvla's stay in NYC.