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Posted by Mikey C. on 07/21/2012
Im Greek. Im a decent cook. I know what's good and what aint. This place is GOOD. It's nothing fancy. Meat with rice, salads and dips/sauces. Think of the best Middle-Eastern food cart in NYC and you will have an idea of the type of food. Ive never been to the restaurant so I can't comment on the interior - Chicken gyro meat is nicely carmelized, shaved (gyro style) - Tzatkiki sauce ($.25!!!) is spot on...order fistfuls of it. - The side salads are made with thought...loved the giant bean and greek versions (haven't tried the others) -French Fries- arrived hot and cripsy in a paper bag with oregano and feta. such a nice surprise. In the 90s I used to go to the greek islands. We would always hit the gyro joints late night. This place would easily be the favorite on Mykonos or Santorini from what i've tasted so far. I guess I will venture into the pork/beef part of the menu next. Too bad there's no lamb though. I think these guys would knock it out of the park.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/10/2012
Tried this place for delivery. Took an hour and a half, the food was cold, the order was wrong and there was no pita even though we ordered 2 spreads! Worse, they were impolite when we called to complain about how badly they had messed up our order.
Posted by jd on 03/04/2012
best gyro for the best price. my husband loves the beef, not a huge fan of the chicken. And I love the roasted veggie gyro. The veggies are very flavorful, and roasted so well I don't even know what all is in it. But I know it has french fries and I love that! The mama sauce is our favorite.