I had a pork gyro and my wife had the chicken. They were the only options, but they were darn good. My pork was moist, tender and plentiful. My wife's chicken was moist too, not dry at all. Both gyros were wrapped neatly, the pita was warmed on a charcoal, and the tzatziki was flavorful with fresh sliced tomatoes. The place isn't fancy, but if you want a tasty gyro, Alexandros knows how to prepare one. The decor is "old school Greek diner," but it's definitely worth checking out.
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