Cue the gyro bender yet again. While I'm down to trying just about anything, if I can't make up my mind, the default options narrow to three choices. Gyros are one of those options.
Admittedly, this cart was one of many on my list for a zillion lifetimes. I had passed by the cart several times in the past, but failed to stop and get something. Finally, this cart's time came in mid-November.
It's your typical Greek menu choices here, but I zeroed in on the super lamb gyro ($7.50) from a gazillion miles away. Why not just a regular lamb gyro, you might ask? Aside from being a bigger pita with more meat (which is always awesome), the super lamb gyro includes the all-important feta cheese.
|Super Lamb Gyro|
(A Taste of Greek)
|Lots of gyro to handle!|
|After biting into the middle of the gyro|
The gyro certainly fit the "super" billing. Good size and weight on this one. An abundance of meat, veggies, feta, and tzatziki filled the thick pita. It may be a chore to handle this one, and don't be surprised if the pita can't contain all the awesomeness.
Appetizers include hummus w/pita ($4), dolmades ($1 each), and falafel balls (75 cents each).Regular sandwiches or gyros are $5 to $5.50, with the "super" version about a couple bucks more. Yes, they have Greek salad ($3 small, $5 regular) and tabouli ($6). There may be baklava available as well.
Real nice people here. I walked to the adjacent cart (closed at the time) to unwrap and eat my gyro, and the man in the cart asked if I wanted a seat in front of his cart. I politely declined, mainly because I do my best food destruction standing up. But still, very cool of him to make the offer. Give these guys some love and check this cart out! 8.5/10