The wife and I decided to try this place after ready several favorable reviews over the years. As a person of middle eastern heritage and a fan of good ethnic food I can only say that this place leaves much to be desired. While none of the food was terrible/inedible the authenticity and execution was certainly lacking. Our stuffed grape leaves were advertised as hand made- which I mistakenly took for home-made but they were clearly straight from a can. The gyro sandwich I had was classic frozen gyro slices and for the price they charge was definately not worth it. My wife ordered the grilled chicken kabob which was both over seasoned with herbs and must have been grilled over an electric griddle or something- definately no charcoal flavor. As for the desserts- One of the reasons I wanted to try the restaurant was for its homemade offerings but perusing the case left me quite uninspired. Several versions of cheesecake, etc. but nothing to write home about.
I guess its location and the type local clientele it serves consider it to be a cute little place but I would not go out of my way for a visit nor would I recommend this place to anyone that is looking for an authentic experience.
BTW, the night we were there had a belly dancer and they really cranked up the music way to loud to the point of distraction.