Gyro Time

Written by on December 10, 2017 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(gyrotimeseattle.com) – Crown Hill neighborhood, Seattle, Washington

How I heard of this place: Yelp! Highly favorable reviews, in close proximity, and glorious photos of the food, who could refuse?

Type of cuisine: A simple menu featuring Mediterranean gyros in sandwiches and on plates served with rice, salad and hummus. Sides include salads, dolmeh, French and Greek Fries.

Bakhlava and halva help finish off the meal with sweetness.

Ambiance: Unpretentious and resembling a fast-food establishment, the space is somewhat sparse.

The friendly owners/staff make up the difference and then some!

What I ordered: On this first visit, a Chicken Gyro Entree ($10.95) plate for me including seasoned chicken atop rice, salad, tzatziki sauce and hummus.

For my husband, the Beef & Lamb Gyro Entree ($10.95) with the same sides.

To share, a serving of Tabbouleh ($4.50), rich in herbs!

What I loved: Flavorful food in each morsel. Everything from the beef and lamb to the chicken, the tabbouleh, the rice and the salad dressing offered a new, enticing and rich bite of happiness for the taste buds. Friendliness of service and a dash of generosity through free chocolate bakhlava!

Why I loved it: What’s not to love about Gyro Time? The food is stellar on every visit. The service is unparalleled, and the space is unpretentious and quiet. Lovely.

Cost: Average ($10.95 – $12.95 per entree)

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