On a trip to Alabama, made a stop in Shreveport at Yeero-Yeero based on reviews I saw here. I'm not sure what this place was originally but forget what the outside looks like. It's just funky. Inside is a different story. Great food. Service was efficient but not knowledgable about Greek cuisine. I asked about taramasalata (they didn't have it) which is a spread for bread made with Tarama caviar and she had no idea what I was talking about. Then when she was asking if we wanted desert, she mentioned baklava and Greek custard. Well the Greek custard is is a wonderful desert made with phyllo dough and custard and is called galaktoboureko. One of my all time favorites. She had no idea that's what it was called. I go to a Greek restaurant, they better know about the basic foods in Greek cuisine. We had traditional Greek entrees. Moussaka, Pasticio, Spanokopita and Dolmades were all some of the best we had ever had including that which we ate in Greece.
Don't order the "exotic iced tea." I don't know what was so exotic about it. Special flavors made it taste nasty and for $3.39 it was very disappointing.
All in all I really liked this place and the food was the shining star.
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