Having spent some time on one of the Greek islands earlier in 2012, our kids thought it would be fun to have lunch at Amvrosia. The restaurant, as most in the area, is located in a strip mall with a rather inconspicuous storefront. The interior is typical strip-mall style, with booths and tables fronting the kitchen, and is decorated in a Greek-style decor. This is a family run business and everyone we encountered were very friendly, helpful, and efficient. We ordered Gyros plates which come with chips; french fries are extra, although this would be standard fare in the home country. The portion was more than sufficient for a lunch meal, but the meat was a bit on the well-done side and appeared to have been shaved prior to the order being placed. Their tzatziki was very good, with enough garlic and cucumber to enhance the Greek joghurt. One order came with the tzatziki served in a side container; the other came with it on top of the gyro. Additional tzatziki is an extra charge.
The restaurant has an extensive Greek menu with nearly every standard meal one expects to be served in the culture. Although we found this lunch meal quite average, our kids think the restaurant rates higher. This may be due to the fact that they've dined during evening meals which allow for the tasting of a wider fare.
If you're interested in good Greek food in the Ashburn, VA, area, we would recommend you try Amvrosia for yourself. Our luncheon experience of overcooked gyros may have been an anomaly.
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