My son loves gyros and wanted to try this family owned business. They greeted us with great hospitality and were very kind. This is a rare gem “whole in the wall” mom and pops kind of joint you go for really good food. We will...More
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Food was OK- Place is very small and cramped. Service was kinda on the rude side. Tried to go it to go once and was too much trouble. Left empty handed. I always try some place twice before I review.
FOOD: We ordered the calamari appetizer which was very good and served with an excellent red marinara? sauce. We had the lamb & beef gyros which were served with large "steak fries." Everything was delicious. SERVICE: We were the only ones in there so it...More
Little mom and pop greek place. I've never had anything to eat here that I didn't like. The owner is really nice. Drink selection is a little small but I can always find something I like. The decor is a bit rustic but there are...More
Little hole in the wall place, doesn't look like much when you pull up, but boy you will be glad you walked in! Decorated all Greek like inside with vines hanging from the ceiling etc. Casual dining, paper plates, etc. When I came in, it...More
(Just for clarity - TripAdvisor has "The House of Gyros" and "Yia Yia's House of Gyros" listed as two separate restaurants. They are, in fact, the same restaurant). Our entire family of nine found this restaurant when looking for a non-chain dining option for dinner...More
This is a relatively small restaurant with good service and good food. The menu has a very good selection of various Greek dishes at a reasonable price. I tried the gyro which was one of the best I've had. It came with fries. The gyro...More
Since my family is from Mesquite, I used to come here a lot; I still do when I can. The food is consistently delicious and the owners/works are the nicest people. Great value, too!