I felt like Greek food and like a buffet. I found reviews of Fairouz and they were, for the most part, glowing. So I took my 16 year old daughter and off we went. I wanted to introduce her to Greek dishes. I planned on enjoying a little of everything. What a mistake.
I should have known when I first arrived not to stay. A homeless man in the parking lot accosted us wanting money to clean my car's windshield. That is not the restaurant's fault so I overlooked it. But it does tell you the quality of the neighborhood where Fairouz is located.
I ignored the second warning sign also - that being that there were only two tables occupied at the prime dinner hour of 7PM on a Friday night. But we had driven a long way so I ignored this warning also.
Suffice it to say that the experience was not good. The lemon soup was overwhelmingly starchy and not tart. Both the lamb meatballs and the gyros meat were flavorless. Ditto for the eggplant dishes - which I really was looking forward to. The desserts - sad examples - all went sampled and ignored by both my daughter and I.
Best item was the tzatziki. Pita bread dipped in that was heavenly. But a dip does not a meal make.
Service on removing our dirty plates was prompt. Every time we got up they came and took them. But I felt embarrassed because of the uneaten food left on the plates. Since nothing was good I kept giving up and going back to the buffet line hoping to find something worth eating
All in all I have to suggest you should just stay away from this place. It is not even worth a try.
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