YEs, I know that some people would take onle look at this shop, and at ANY shops on this block, and rate them all "hole-in-the-wall" type food joints, but this restaurant is very good
I ate at this restaurant at least five times, each time for lunch, during a 2-weeks stay in late 2012 in the downtown area of Las Vegas, and I was never disappointed. I happen to like Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food a lot, and so I tried this place early on, and liked it a lot, returning regularly for lunches.
This shop is located in the East Fremont section of Fremont Street, that is, it is on the eastern side of Las Vegas Blvd., and just to the west of Las Vegas Blvd. is where the Fremont Street Experience starts, and extends about 5-6 blocks westward along Fremont Street.
My only wish about this place is that they would offer wider menu offerings, perhaps babaganouj and a few more Greek, Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. However, even with their current menu (appetizers ranging from fried chicken to samosas, hummus and crab cakes, main dishes such as kabobs, hot pita Middle Eastern "sandwiches", gyros, ot subs, a few and salads, and some other Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes, plus a few burgers and fish and chips (which was not bad, by the way)) as it stands, the quality of the food is excellent, and they seem to enjoy an excellent repeat trade, for almost all of the other customers whom I encountered while eating there were repeat customers.
I will definitely return to this restaurant on my next stay in Las Vegas!
Closing note: I have just discovered, via a Google search, that this little restaurant has a small website; it may be found at:
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