Nutritional Values


We believe that a balanced diet and active lifestyle constitute the basis of a correct healthy outlook. We give the option of a choice of foods that not only are adaptable to your taste, but that are coherent with your daily caloric needs. Because of this, we have created a wide menu, the range of which keeps getting vaster.

Aside from the traditional products, like hamburgers, fries, chicken products etc, you will find alternative products like pizzas, pitas, pasta, toasts and sandwiches and fresh and tasty salads, which besides being a separate dish, are also used as a garnish option replacing the fries.

To be conscious of making the desired product choice, means to know its nutritional values. Because of this we have tried to give you full informations about all of our products wherever is possible: on the packaging, on the menu card, on the tray paper and also on the calorie calculation table.

But this is not sufficient: the diet should be full and vast from the perspective of the correct intake of all the nutritional macro-elements needed for our metabolism. This is why we have placed the referring daily values which help you understand quickly and easily how to compose a balanced meal, or of what it should consists of.

For adults, the minimal needs are calculated, meaning those that correspond to the female organism. To calculate your personal needs, use the online calculator.




Calories are the amount of energy that is accumulated through the intake of food or drinks. Calories are burned through physical activity. Our organism gathers calories from proteins, fats and carbohydrates.




Proteins are the “bricks” of our organism and are crucial to the well keeping and regeneration of muscles, organs, skin and bones. Protein sources are: meat, fish, chicken, cheese, eggs, soya etc.




Fats provide energy, and are part of the cell’s structure, equip the organism with main fatty acids and help in the absorption of vitamin A, D and E and give the food its taste. However, the excessive use of fats is not advisable. Sources of fat are: butter, meat, olive and seeds oil, dry fruits, legumes and fish containing fat.




Carbohydrates are the fuel that allows the body and mind to do the important daily tasks. Here are included: sugars (found in fruits, cookies, and drinks) and starch (found in fries, bread, pasta and rice).




Salt is composed of sodium chloride. A reasonable amount of salt is necessary to keep the balance of fluids in the organism, but the excessive use of it is not advisable. Foods rich in salt are: the prepared sauces, soft cheeses, smoked fish, broth, salted peanuts and brine.




Saturated fats generally are solid under ambient temperature, and mainly of animal provenience (like meat, eggs, cheese). A diet rich in saturated fats can increase the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, so they should not be taken in excess.




Here are included sugars that are naturally found in foods like fruits, and sugars that are added on foods like (pies, cookies, sweet drinks or non-alcoholic drinks). Sugars along with starch constitute carbohydrates.




Fibers are derived from different foods of plant origin like (cereals, fruits, vegetables etc) and are not assimilated by the digestive system. They help the correct functioning of the digestive system.

It’s our constant duty to respect all the above parameters to offer our clients quality products and balanced in its nutritional values.