The Gyro was ok. I wasn't impressed. I wish Trip advisor had a fast food section, because this would fall under that. Kinda high priced for a fast food setting. $37 for four people. On a positive the staff was really friendly!
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The atmosphere is not full of character but the place is very very clean. There is a bakery case with a dozen or so types of Greek desserts. I had the ladyfinger baklava. Awesome. My other favorite item is the appetizer plate. The eggplant dip...More
i visited this restauarant after several people to me about the gyro's and the stuffed grape leaaves. When i drove up I was shocked to see that the parking lot was empty. for a moment I thought they were closed. When i walked into the...More
My wife and I just returned from visiting Egypt, Israel and Jordan, so the taste if fresh in our minds. Zaki's is a very good example of the cuisine you would get anywhere in Israel or Jordan. The Tabouli is typical of the region, heavy...More
The food was excellent. It is a casual, inexpensive place to grab some very good food. My husband loved his lamb gyro and the hummus was delicious. I would highly recommend this place to anyone who loves Mediterranean food or is looking to trying something...More
I met Chef Barakat when he first opened and was blown away that dothan Alabama could have a chef with such an extensive pedigree. He moved here from Jerusalem ...became a civil engineer... then decided to work for the Brennan family in new Orleans for...More
The owner here goes out of his way to make your meal great. It's a counter service style restaurant, the prices are great, and everything is really authentic... and the baklava (sp?) is ridiculously good. They will visit your table and make sure you have...More