Won't be going back.
...took a chance on this place, given some mixed reviews I saw. While the gyros meat is your industry-standard Kronos brand and therefore juicy and flavorful, the tzatziki sauce isn't tzatziki at all, but rather seems to be based off something more like ranch dressing.
The falafel was decent, though small, but the tahini was flavorless.
As one other reviewer noted, the fries were, in fact, good - amazing what a little seasoned salt can do on an otherwise normal french fry.
Finally, the price-to-portion ratio was very disappointing. I can honestly say that this was the first of many gyros I've eaten where everything fit neatly into the confines of the pita.
I've gotten more for less at every other gyros place I've ever been to in my life.
Maybe other menu items offer a better value, I don't know. But for a place with "Gyros" in the name, they seriously miss the mark on the one thing you would expect them to get right.
it's realy greek, the gyros tender, the sauce wow( home made) and don't ask me falafel, shawarma,and hummus with garlic , it is realy the best gyro in town thank you. it's realy greek, the gyros tender, the sauce wow( home made) and don't ask me falafel, shawarma,and hummus with garlic , it is realy the best gyro in town thank you
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