The Gyro Stop

Service: The young man running the joint is one of the most genuinely nice human beings I have ever acquainted with. He welcomes us every time with a huge smile as if we’re family. Like. He is seriously so fucking NICE.


Traditional lamb gyro lamb gyro, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber sauce on pita $ 5.95, add feta $ .75

Lebanese greek combo | three falafel, hummus, spanakopita, rice, pita $ 7.99

I drive by this place twice a day, five days a week and see the same one car sitting in front every time and that depresses me. The food is good and the menu is quite vast. Never before had I thought to put hot sauce on a gyro, but their red pepper concoction is amazing! We use almost half a bottle between the two of us. For future visits, I’ll skip the hummus—not nearly enough garlic for my palate—and get extra falafel. And extra, extra tzatziki. (Not the best I’ve ever had, but it’s better than most.)

Kudos: They have all kinds of tea! A small selection of tazo tea bags and an iced tea dispenser with black, green and raspberry tea from Gold Peak. I love tea. 

Overall: This isn’t life changing Mediterranean cuisine by any means, but it’s quick and dirt cheap and tasty and the service is exceptional.
5438 W 86th St
Indianapolis, IN 46268

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