This is a small, non-presumptuous joint that serves good honest food. The owner is a nice Greek bloke who likes to talk to his customers while he prepares the food, I've been there a few times and he remembers exactly how I order my gyros, I just sit there and he starts preparing one. Great service.
We, people from Chiloé are new to most foreign cuisines, so, every time (and it does happen a lot) that somebody walks in asking for hot-dogs or asking what on earth do they sell there, he explains in detail, with enviable patience to each and every one of them what his product consists of.
The good: Service, gyros are BIG, great taste.
The bad: Limited selection of beverages to go with it, not much effort put into decoration/atmosphere.
And last, it's not a pro nor a con, but believe me on this one: you most certainly WILL smell of garlic after eating that, not that extreme as it sounds, and very pleasant if you do like garlic.
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