Atlanta Food Truck
The Mad Greek

The Mad Greek

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About The Mad Greek

The Mad Greek is serving up mad good Greek food on the streets of Atlanta, with authenticity at every turn. Yup, you read that right. This is a food truck that's bringing the best from the Mediterranean to Georgia, transporting your tastebuds in every bite.

Just what makes The Mad Greek's food so maddeningly good? Here, they're using traditional preparation methods along with imported spices and seasonings to add to that authentic flavor. From shredded lamb and beef cut right off the spit to organic chicken breast and homemade falafel, there's a whole lot of goodness to sink your teeth into. Get it all wrapped up in a warm pita and pair it with a side of stuffed grape leaves, Greek salad or garlic hummus, all of which provide a well rounded meal. But that's not all. The Mad Greek is providing crazy good fusion foods as well, from a Greek burger topped with gyro meat and tzatziki to a Greek dog smothered in olive tapenade and feta cheese. Sounds good right? Good. Find The Mad Greek in Atlanta, or have 'em bring it all to your next event. It's really that good.



Lamb & Beef GyroShredded lamb and beef on a warm pita, loaded with homemade tzatziki, lettuce, onions, and organic tomatoes
Chicken GyroBaked chicken breasts marinated in fresh lemon juice and our secret seasonings topped with homemade tzatziki sauce, red onions, lettuce, and organic tomatoes- all wrapped up in a warm, grilled pita.
Falafel GyroFalafel grilled to perfection and topped with homemade tzatziki sauce, red onions, lettuce, and organic tomatoes
Greek DogNathans hotdog topped with olive tapenade and feta cheese!
Gyro PlatterYour choice of meat. Served with Greek potatoes, grilled pita, a side of tzatziki, and a side of lettuce, tomatoes, onion, and feta cheese.

Authentic Greek SaladOur traditional greek salad includes lettuce, tomato, sliced cucumber, sliced red onion, kalamata olives, and feta cheese seasoned with dried oregano, salt, pepper, and dressed with our family's secret greek dressing
DolmathesGrape leaves stuffed with rice, fresh lemon, and olive oil
Spanakopita (Spinach Pie)A light crisp phyllo dough, filled with seasoned spinach, onions, and feta cheese.\n
Melitzanosalata (Roasted Eggplant Dip)Roasted eggplant mixed with fresh garlic, roasted red peppers, and olive oil. Served with a side of soft, grilled pita.
Garlic Hummus Chickpeas blended into a creamy consistency with garlic and Greek olive oil to make it the perfect pair with warm pita.
Greek PotatoesRoasted potatoes cooked in a homemade lemon, garlic, and oregano broth

Homemade BaklavaSweet layers of phyllo filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened and held together with honey

Imported Greek beveragesImported from Greece: Sparkling lemonade, cherry, and orange beverages.\n

Public Schedule

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