The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop is home to Brisbane’s most iconic and authentic Greek eats and serves traditional and delicious Greek favourites. There is always a fun, chilled out atmosphere at The Yiros Shop and they cater for 50/50 eat-in and takeaway.

Founded in January 2015 came the first location in the notable James Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland. The family-owned business set out to bring traditional Greek Yiros and other tasty Greek delights to its neighbouring areas.

After the quick successes of the first store, The Yiros Shop expanded into other popular Brisbane destinations feeding travellers near and far with a true taste of authentic Greek food. Current locations include; Newmarket, Cannon Hill, South Brisbane, Capalaba and Fortitude Valley.

Hallou… is it mi you’re looking for?
With five existing restaurants in Queensland, the team at The Yiros Shop offer a supportive and extensive onboarding and training service like no other. Franchisees will be personally mentored by The Yiros Shop founder Nicholas Mitrossilis, who is keen to share his knowledge and experience he has gained from starting a business from a young age.

Key franchisee benefits include: 
A popular brand and loyal customers
Niche market
Innovative franchise opportunity
Ongoing support and training
Mentoring from The Yiros Shop founder
Strong marketing assistance
A simple and easy-to-run business model

Low Initial Franchise cost - starting from $300,000

Support & training
Franchisees will be personally mentored by The Yiros Shop founder, Nicholas Mitrossilis. As a franchisee, you will receive lots of support from the Head Office so that you have more time to immerse yourself into the community and focus on growing your business. You will also receive financial software training and ongoing support. In regards to marketing, you will receive local marketing support and collateral, as well as digital marketing strategies and evolving management systems.

The Yiros Shop business model has been designed to be simple and easy-to-run. Franchisees will receive around 4-6 weeks of initial training to help get the ball rolling. On the opening day of a new store, you can expect to see Nicholas by your side, supporting and celebrating with you. He will ensure that everything runs smoothly and will be there if you need any advice.