While Provo isn’t exactly known for its diverse food culture, the food truck revolution has been changing the game over the past few years. Greek n Go is bringing Greek flavors to Provo with its delicious gyros, fries, salads, and more. I love Greek food, so you can find me at this food truck at least once a week. It’s a quick, easy, and totally tasty lunch or dinner option that I love, especially since it’s right by the BYU campus (and Swig)!
My usual order at Greek n Go is the original gyro combo.
With a lamb-and-beef gyro, the choice between grilled tots or a salad, and a drink, it’s perfectly portioned to be a satisfying meal. The original gyro is what got me hooked in the first place—the pita is fluffy, the meat is tender, and the tzatziki is creamy and flavorful. The real star of the Greek salad is the vinaigrette, which is so good that I’ve found myself ordering the side salad more often than I do the tots. (This never happens. My mom would be proud.)
Another favorite from the menu is the pita bread and hummus, which is freshly made in the truck. You get a huge portion of wonderfully spiced hummus, which, when combined with the perfectly pillowy pita, is basically heaven on a plate. I’ve actually stopped buying hummus from the grocery store because this is just so much better. Thick, creamy, and garlicky, this house-made hummus is truly a blessing in my life.
For dessert, Greek n Go offers baklava, a Mediterranean treat and an experience in and of itself. With rich and flakey layers of pastry filled with ground walnuts and honey, the dessert is rich and indulgent and the perfect sweet ending to a great meal.
With amazing food, the nicest owners ever, and the super convenient location, is it any wonder that Greek n Go has built quite a loyal fanbase around Provo? I’m already planning my next trip to the truck!
Greek n Go caters as well, so keep them in mind when you’re planning your next event. If I ever get married, I want them at my wedding!
Greek n Go (1523 N Canyon Road, Provo, UT 84604 // 203.