Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Macedonia (Part 2)

Being the nice guy that I am, I decided to try Macedonia one more time, despite having an uncomfortable experience last time.

I ordered the lamb gyro ($5.95): juicy, succulent strips of lamb meat, feta cheese, fresh diced cucumber, tomato, and onion, topped with their tzatziki and encased in a toasted pita.

Lamb gyro (Macedonia)
Quite possibly the most tender lamb I've ever had. Juicy and flavorful here. The meat was so tender, I easily cut through it with a plastic fork. The vegetables were refreshing; the raw red onion giving a nice bite, while the cucumber gave the blissful crunchy experience. The salty feta and creamy tzatziki really brought all the flavors together. And a perfectly toasted pita to boot. Just a delicious gyro. At just under $6, it was a lovely light lunch, both on the stomach and the wallet.

The woman running the cash register appeared to be new, as she seemed unsure of what to do at times. But I'm sure she will get the hang of things. There was a group of people sitting at one of their tables...more people than last time I was there.

Macedonia has resurrected; they are off my blacklist and in my good graces. I hope that they can wow me with their other dishes the same way they did with the lamb gyro. It seems like their sandwiches/gyros are the way to go. 7/10

(As a note, click here if you wanted to see my previous review of Macedonia)

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