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Posted by Anonymous on 12/22/2010
I have been ordering from Anatolian Gyro for many years. I wish I knew another good reasonable Gyro restaurant in the Sheepshead Bay area because the staff is so unfriendly. When you call to place your order for pick up they tell you they cannot make things the way you want it.
Posted by Picky eater on 06/29/2010
Even though the food is good enough (but definitely not the best gyro in the neighborhood!) The atmosphere is not good- the staff is unfriendly, not helpful. If you sit on the table, they may not serve you for a very long time! If you are there for the 1st time, don't expect some help or explanation. They barely speak English and are not friendly at all!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/30/2010
I've been a customer for 3 years now. I don't live in the area but I find it worth the drive. Food facts on the place: 1) the shepherd salad is always perfectly made and the feta is great quality. 2) the shish kebob is always great quality and flavor. 3) the baklava is the best, I mean it, the best, in the area (Memo's is now second). 4) the hummus is always wonderful. The service is sometimes a little slow and the atmosphere isn't exactly fine dining but the people are friendly and the food is amazing at a reasonable price. You can't go wrong.
Posted by Michelle on 05/24/2009
While I used to go here strictly for their baklava I decided to sit down one day to a gyro. I'm so happy I did! Since then I've been back several times and the food is consistently wonderful. Their quality feta is great on the shepard salad and the hummus is wonderful. Definitely a jewel in the rough.
Posted by elaine on 05/13/2009
very good, very fresh food. not the most attractive place to eat, but consistenty good food.
Posted by a.j. on 05/05/2009
I go here all the time, mostly for takeout. My son and I like it more than the "famous", much more expensive Sahara restaurant. The food is always delicious, from the sheperd's salad to the baklava. The chicken gyro rules!!