Gyro is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking Greek food. That, and olives and feta cheese and olive oil and pita bread and lamb and carved spit beef and . . . ! Anyway, my wife and I were both hankering for this particular healthy food and, always eager to try a new restaurant, we motored a rather far distance to the Westside. At Exit 12, we ramped up Resler to Mesa, turned left to this small eatery. It was crowded, a good sign of good food. In fact, we were lucky to find an empty table, but were quickly attended to as soon as we sat down. I had had my meat quota for the day (TWO cheeseburgers at lunch-surprise!), so the vegan was a natural way to go. The falafel appetizer was perfect, as was my Greek Village Salad and her gyros sandwich. Striking up a conversation with Chef Zino while paying our bill, he indicated an interest in opening an Eastside restaurant, which I'm looking forward to. Several customers at this Westside location are regulars, and I'm looking forward to becoming a regular at the Eastside location whenever it comes in!
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