I have to say I didn't expect much. From the outside, this place looks like a drive-by. But I love holes-in-the-wall, and it's been beckoning me for years. Inside it's simple but clean and sunny. I ordered the Gyro, 1 meat, and 1 side. It was HUGE and DELICIOUS. The bread was soft, fresh, and buttery. They don't make it there, but the owner says it comes from a local mediterranean bakery. I commented on how good the meat was, and the owner said it was pure lamb, and I thought perfectly seasoned. (I usually avoid gyro "mystery meat"). I could taste the spices, and it was moist but not greasy. The tzaziki sauce was garlicky with cucumber and dill (I think), and plentiful. I actually LICKED MY FINGERS. A huge greek "side salad" accompanied my sandwich, and was served with homemade greek dressing which knocked my socks off with its simplicity. Writing this is making me hungry, and I think I'll go by for dinner tonight! I paid $8.99 including an iced tea.