Good gyro , although I have had better ones. Decent baklava . They need to work on speed and decor , the tile floor is worn out and there is a subtle smell of rancid oil.
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Needed something quick, and received anything but. There were a few tables occupied with people both inside and out - two ppl ordered take out before me. I know I waited a solid 30+ minutes to get two falafals. There was one overwhelmed cook in...More
Staying at the Hilton, noted this little restaurant across the street from the side/back entrance. Went for what we hoped was a quick and good dinner, and were not disappointed. Gyros meat flavorful, and, unlike some places, the pita bread was very fresh and was...More
This is a smaller restaurant downtown, right off Monument Circle and close to the shopping mall and several other stores. They staff all had heavy accents, but were very nice and understanding, repeating things when I couldn't quite understand. I was here with my daughter...More
while on extended stay at the Hotel across the street I would head over at dinner time and try something different each time. I have yet to be let down! Service is friendly , prompt and above expectation. Food is at or above expectation. I...More
I have been to Ali Baba's numerous times, the restaurant portion only (they have a Hooka Bar in the back). I inevitably get the chicken shawarma sandwich or meal. Both are good portion size, especially the rice that comes with the meal, or the rice/green...More
Good Food with friendly staff.. I was surprised at the options and found it by accident. Just driving by and love to try new places
The middle eastern food is so good. I switch back and between the spicy and normal Gyro with a salad. The restaurant is sparely decorated but it does not matter the food is so good. Prices are very reasonable.