After a coworker recommended this place, my husband and I took our two kids. He's a vet and loves any ethnic food. He was really excited about this place, and despite the shabby decor and tiny menu, we ordered and still kept an open mind. I had the Greek salad, which was large (the only thing that was large that we ordered). It was around ten bucks even though there was no meat on it, so in my book that was a bit steep. He ordered falafels and grape wraps, which he normally loves. The woman who was working said that she could easily ring that up but then she way overcharged for it, and he didn't think it was good. His ended up being more than mine, and he ended up helping me eat my salad because he was still hungry. I guess what the real kicker was that both of the kids (ages 9 and 11) got gyros. They were more than many places charge, but they had little meat on the pitas and came with no sides. Drinks were $3 each. So when everything was said and done, our tab for four people was almost $60, and we had to hit a drive through for the kids because they were still starving. It's not that the food is bad; it's that you don't get much of it, and you'll pay like you're at a nice restaurant. Oh and I almost forgot the service- she was nice enough, but after she dropped our food off, she never came back. My husband had to get up and go to the kitchen to ask for more sauce. Awkward! I normally love dives and mom and pop shops, but this one just doesn't make the cut.
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