The menu for the most part is Mediterranean/Middle Eastern, heavy on the hummas, tabouli, tzatziki and obviously, pita bread. The Mediterranean Plate was nice starter but most of it was more of what I would cause toppings than actual food items. The gyros was bland, it lacked the flavor of the gyros' in Greek restaurants, and looked like it came out of a pre-sliced package than sliced off the spit. The chicken tiki marsala was tasty, but the brown rice it came with was not fully cooked.
The service was friendly but slow even on an afternoon with more staff than customers. The setting, especially outside, is pleasant.
Overall, not a bad place, just not a great one.
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