Gyro Express

Written by on April 13, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Bellevue (across from the Transit Center)
How I heard of this place: The Entertainment Book.
Type of cuisine: Greek and Indian “Food Cuisine”.
Ambiance: More of a take-away joint, the actual inside setting is of one long booth along the side wall facing six tables with chairs on the opposite side. A counter at which to order and an open window space that allows customers to see the head of the chef in the back. Very casual. Sit down or take your gyro sandwich, sheesh kabab or tandoori mix grill to go.
What I ordered: Due to time restraints and ease of order (and use of buy one get one free coupon) both my dining companion and I ordered the gyro – roasted meat slices, lettuce, tomato, onions and tzatziki sauce.
What I loved: I did love that it was a quick and painless order. The gyro was small but satisfying and it had tzatziki sauce.
Why I loved it: Simple. Efficient. Filling as a take-away early dinner and still leaving room for popcorn at the movies.
Cost: Average ($6 per gyro)

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