Our waitress was Taryn. She was pleasant and attentive. I made a few personal requests (dressing on the side, extra feta cheese) and they were handled with a smile. Bread before dinner was a nice treat.. hot out of the oven and w/ a crispy outer layer. Warm infused butter was also offered. That believe it or not was the highlight of the dinner.
My wife and I had the same order of a Lamb Pita dish (mine with the home styled potato salad and my wife opted for the grilled potatoes). The lamb was sliced a bit thick for what one would expect from a Gyro or Lebanese Shawarma.. which is usually thinly shaved meat, tender and exploding with flavor (that unfortunately we did not experience here). We were fighting the overly thick and flavorless meat and if not for the other ingredients in the pita would have been relegated to the side of the plate.
Our young daughter opted for the pasta w/ butter (we tasted to be able to review... the pasta was cooked just right, not overdone) but it is rather a boring plate. Kids will be kids. Don't judge this place on that kids menu item.
Total for three came to $31.90 with nothing but water as a beverage.
There was the Taste of Charleston going on with 3 courses for $30/person. Think we will pass on that for now. Likely to try this place again with another menu item.
Saleeby Score: 6/10