What a great place to stop in the way to Vegas! I most eat Greek food at Greek festivals (when it's invariably cooked by church ladies) or at a friend's house, and this could almost rival the home made stuff. Indeed, what I really liked about it is just how homemade it tasted. To me that means coarser flavors and less perfect textures, but with a sense of soul.
We tried the chicken dinner and the gyro. The chicken tasted just like the marinated chicken you get at festivals. It was very tasty and moist, we licked our fingers. It came with seasoned rice (who knows? maybe it's just rice cooked in chicken broth), which was both satisfying and delicious. The pita bread was quite good and the tzatziki sauce was fresher and brighter than any I'd have before.
The gyro was good, a bit salty as it's usually the case, with a good proportion of meat to other stuff.
The one problem we had was with the bean and cheese burrito my daughter ordered (they have Mexican food as well, which makes sense given that their whole cooking/serving staff appears to be Mexican). The girls felt the tortilla was too sour (I agree) and the beans tasted weird. My husband thought it was good, but his taste are broader than the girls' .
I took home a cream cheese pastry ($4, I think), which was overpriced but delicious.
I'll definitely make a point of stopping here when going to Vegas again.
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