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Very friendly, with quick service. The food was very flavorful and freshly prepared. We stopped for lunch and had the beef/lamb gyro and a falafel gyro. Both were very tasty, and not greasy and all. Double thumbs up!
I had driven by this place for a couple of years and had always wanted to try it. I finally did last week. I really liked it. It's a very nice cozy place with cool Mediterranean/Mid-Eastern decor. It is somewhat less expensive than the local...More
I rarely give so little stars. But service is so important to me. Yes, food taste is too but nothing puts a damper on hungry folks than a not so nice experience.
Drove in late into town and yelped some Greek food because my daughter...More
Went here because the people I was traveling with wanted gyros. It’s in a little strip mall. Simple family owned joint. Our waiter was about 13. He did a nice job. We had the hummus. It was good. We ordered a side of tabouli, it...More
We ordered 2 gyros and 1 grilled cheese for take out as its 4 minutes down the road. 1 gyro was supposed to have no tomatoes and onions and the other no onions. Both gyros had no tomatoes no onions and what seems to be...More
Don't let the "greek" title fool you - the owner is from Jordan and cooks a great set of authentic middle eastern dishes. We are frequent visitors, and have had them cater birthday parties for us too. The falafel, haloumi, and hummus are great starters,...More
Went with friends hoping for a good souvlaki. One look at the menu told me it was a Lebanese restaurant. Ordered what would be called shish taouk but they called it chicken tikka. Chicken was excellent. Rice was dry and under cooked. Salad was good....More