I go here usually once a week. Great food, quick and you get a lot for your money. Usually you can find a parking spot nearby on the street. Closes at 2:00.
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I have been to Serop's on more than one occasion, and they were closed before their stated closing time. I arrived to the Coursey Blvd location at 6:58 p.m. on Saturday night, and the lights were off and they were closed. The closing time on...More
It is a mixture of prepared middle eastern food with some cajun food thrown in for good measure. I enjoyed having stewed okra with my gyro's. All the food was good except I didn't care for their hummus.
Had carry-out lunch many times here -- the spinach & cheese pies are great, but I never had anything here that was under par. Nice blend of meats & fresh veggies, foods had a bit of "zip" to them but it is Baton Rouge/New Orleans...More
Spinach pie is heavy on the pastry shell and light on the spinach; it was flaky on the outside, but the inside was soggy. The Baba Ghanoush [sp] was too strong with garlic, and too finely minced, but to be fair, it may be just...More
Everything I taste each time I visit is wonderful. They have Gyros, and chicken sides or sandwiches, stuffed green peppers, Mujadrah, baked eggplant, and about 30 other sides, All are delicious and are generous sized portions. It is served cafeteria style, and you can be...More
They are only open for lunch at this location; I wish they were open nights, I'd eat there in the evening also. The moussaka was not like I'm used to, but was good; the spinach pie, vegetarian grape leaves, and muadra (sp) were wonderful. I...More
When short on time, this is a nice place for a quick lunch. Lots of choices from the menu and reasonably priced.