A Greek eatery in London is bringing Zingermans zingera back to its homeland of Greece.
The popular Greek restaurant, in Stratford-upon-Avon, has a Greek theme and serves up zingers to diners.
A blog post from the Greek Ministry of Tourism on the Zingermans website describes the restaurant’s “zingerman” menu.
It reads: Zingermas, a Greek word meaning “tenderness” and “sweetness”, have been used as an epithet for many years.
This is the reason why it is so popular in Greece.
A Greek restaurant in Stratport-on-Avons is bringing zingergis back to Greece, where the zingermans are a symbol of the country’s culinary heritage, as well as the countrys famous wine, beer and cheese culture.
The Greek Ministry Of Tourism says the restaurant will open to the public from April 6, 2017.
The blog post says: The Greek culture is inextricably linked with the zingers, and this is why it has become so popular over the years.
The blog post explains that “the Greek zinger” is a traditional Greek dish that has been served to guests from the Mediterranean and in many countries across Europe and beyond for thousands of years.
The dish is typically served in a pan with olive oil and chopped onions, and the sauce is often accompanied by the traditional Greek bread.
Zingerman dishes are served in different parts of the world and can be found in restaurants, cafes and bars across Europe.
The most popular ones include the zings of the Mediterranean (Zingerma) and the Mediterranean-style zingers (Zingermai).
In Greece, they are usually served with bread with cheese and sometimes a side of bread.