We were looking for food on a Saturday afternoon and happened on this restaurant. The food was surpisingly good! My wife had a vegetarian sandwich and I had the gyro in a pita with tsatziki. The lettuce, tomato and ingredients tasted very fresh and the value was good for the money we pair.
The proprietor was a friendly host who engaged the guests and we welcomed the chance to converse and find out about local sights and doings.
The ambience is very eclectic with a checkered floor, solid wood tables, and a painted tin ceiling with various artwork on the walls. The restaurant floor area is quite large and though there was no A/C, the ceiling fans were busy moving air around the premises. We had come in on a really hot day but the atmosphere inside was quite bearable.
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