My neighbor and I dined here for lunch on a Tuesday. The place was pretty crowded for a Tuesday. There were 9 tables occupied and a large party of 22 women towards the back of the restaurant. We were seated immediately. Our server came over less than a minute later and we had bread and dipping oil on the table. She took our drink orders while we looked over the menu. The first thing I noticed was the new menu. They removed my favorite dish from the menu (isn't that always the case?) so I was disappointed with that. The majority of the lunch menu seemed to be salads and pasta BUT, but they offer flat bread pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and a huge variety of appetizers for lunch. I think even the pickiest of eaters could find something on the menu.
We sat for over 15 minutes waiting to order. Our server appeared and profusely apologized, and insinuated the large party was monopolizing her time. She also stated that it was only her and the bartender that were providing service to tables. We told her we weren't in a rush and understood. We put in our food order and.... we waited, a long time for our food to come out. We waited almost 40 minutes. While we waited for our food to arrive, my neighbor and I witnessed the large party calling our server over for every little thing. She'd take glasses for refills and ask if anyone else needed them. They'd say no, she'd return with refills and suddenly three more people needed refills. They did this several times. I heard one of the ladies bark to our server that her dish wasn't hot enough and to make it over again. When she returned with a plate, two more people had problems with their dishes. She had the large party, our table, and pretty much every other table in the restaurant. The hostess and bartender did help out when they could. She apologized every time she came to our table. I felt so bad for our server. Once the larger party left, she was much more attentive and relaxed.
My neighbor ordered the Traditional burger with cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes, with fries. I ordered the Greek Gyro (sliced beef and lamb) with lettuce, tomatoes, tzatziki sauce, and fries. My neighbor loved her burger. It was seasoned well and was cooked the way she liked. She loved the fries. I enjoyed my Gyro. There was a ton of meat on my sandwich. I didn't like the huge chunks of iceberg lettuce. I had to open up my gyro and pull some of it apart because that's all I'd get a mouthful of. The pita bread and tomatoes were fresh.
Overall, we would return because it's one of our favorite restaurants in the area. I'm still disappointed they got rid of my favorite dish, but there are a lot of new menu options for me to try.
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