Kojax Souflaki MontrealPosted By Alex Chinien Nov 30 2011 · 0 comments · Downtown, Snacks & Street Food
When it comes to Greek street food in the downtown area, you’re either a follower of Kojax or a disciple of Arahova. As an office experiment, we decided to compare the two and we began with Kojax on St Catherine (between bishop and crescent). We ordered three types of Gyros platters – Classic, Pork and Chicken. Generous toppings of Tzatziki and spicy sauce accompanied with garlic potatoes and salad make this a very filling lunch. Everyone who leaves with food also leaves with a suite of coupons enticing you to come back for more. Had we known we may have resorted to accosting people for unwanted coupons as they leave the store… not that I’m suggesting anything.
My group was of the opinion that while the gyros were good, Arahova has an edge in overall quality. I really liked my lunch at Kojax, it delivered on all the flavors and portions I needed in my life. There are a ton of locations so keep an eye out.
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