With all ordering from the menu's Lunch page, I had the Gyro Platter, and the sauce they put into it helps to make it my personal favorite, competing with three sources is my home area, all of which boast strong Greek menus; also, the gyro is good-sized without being overwhelming. My culinary companion had a side-Caesar salad that was rather ordinary, and Lobster Ravioli: The raviolis were light and airy, the sauce was a very good light and tasty that worked well with the lobster. Our always welcome guest (who was making the best of a bad situation) had Veal Parmesan, and the veal was properly prepared, so it was soft in texture; and the sauce was unique in a good way.
The single server was attentive without being overbearing, and, in the fading luncheon environment, was quick to respond to our initiated requests.
GPS is recommended if one is approaching this Catoctin Circle restaurant from Route 7 because the parking lot is about four feet above the road bed, and there is an odd angled view towards the restaurant.
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