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We ordered a grub hub for food from this place. We were missing a chicken kabob. My lamb kabob also had no stick but whatevs. My mom said no worries let’s call the place and get the food paid for. We explained the situation and...More
I tried Greek Fiesta for lunch today and it was ok. The food is made to order and everything tastes really fresh. I ordered the original gyro, which is sliced lamb and sliced steak, with lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber sauce. It was very flavorful and...More
This place used to be so good. We went there a few days ago...not the same. The gyro meat is just ok, the hummus is just OK, and the French fries that were outstanding before, just OK. It was not bad, but not the quality...More
Well, it is what is is ... a relatively inexpensive small Greek chain. You're not going to get fancy Greek food here but it is tasty and the portions are decent. We came on a rainy Friday afternoon and the place was not very full....More
The gyro I had was the most awful gyro I've ever eaten; over spiced and burnt tasting. Fries were also overdone and burnt crispy. The grill had a crust of black burnt food. And we have been belching the nastiest burnt, indigestion grossness.
A friend and I were in town for the weekend, and stumbled on Greek Fiesta as we wandered through the shopping center. And we were glad we did! I loved the Pita Burger, and we both thought the fries were AMAZING!!!
We stopped in here, hungry, on a whim, and were pleasantly surprised! The selection and variety was great, which made it a bit hard to narrow down what to order. We settled on 2 chicken kabobs with rice and salad, and a falafel pita with...More