|I'm glad I took this when we had awesome weather!|
I got a lamb gyro ($6). Lamb chunks, chopped tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, tzatziki, and onion in flatbread. It was just OK. As far as gyros are concerned, I personally prefer the thicker Greek pita because the sturdiness and pliability of that pita makes it less likely that it'll fall apart on you.
A few weeks later, I came back and had the breakfast burrito. The sign there says it's huge and uses that 14" giant tortilla. I'll admit, though, when I received it, the burrito wasn't necessarily King Kong staring at me in the face. But it is a carbfest with rice, beans, AND hashbrowns inside. I picked chorizo here; you can also just get regular sausage. If you want a non-breakfast burrito, Gus has several more meats on hand for that.
Gus has three types of sauces for your Mexican food: (1) a green one using tomatillos, jalapenos, and serranos; (2) chile de arbol with tomatoes; and (3) chipotle and chile de arbol. Needless to say, the third one has the most kick.
|Tomatillo on the left|
Chile de arbol in the middle
Chipotle + chile de arbol on the right