This is the place to come for authentic Greek flavors. Voted No. 1 by City Weekly , locals know what they are talking about. The gyro is the most ... More
This is the place to come for authentic Greek flavors. Voted No. 1 by City Weekly , locals know what they are talking about. The gyro is the most popular item on the menu, but feel free to try a shish kebab or saladnothing here will disappoint you. The price is incredible considering the size of a meal and taste. For just USD5, you can taste what people in Salt Lake are raving about. No liquor is served at this restaurant.
Everything tastes so fresh. Their Lemon rice is to die for and the white Gyro sauce is as good as mt Yia-Yia's......... The restaurant is alwasy packed between noon and 2 so if you are in a rush try calling in or make extra time to sit and enjoy the taste of Greece
The gyros here are so good that nothing we've tasted in Colorado can measure up. In fact, we can't even find the red sauce anywhere else. We used to eat here about once a week when we lived in SLC, but now that we've moved to Colorado we can only eat here occasionally. The service is excellent and when they find out that we are taking the gyros on the plane with us, they pack them up for travel and put the sauce in a separate container for us.
I started eating gyros at the Greek Souvlaki Drive Inn when the place first opened in about 1972. The gyros with red sauce are the greatest. Over the years I have introduced dozens of friends to the place and they have almost all agreed with me that the Greek Souvlaki Drive Inn has the best Greek fast food they've ever tasted.
Firt the positive, the place has quick eats and is pretty cheap. After visiting the place I realised that the immense popularity this place enjoys may have something to do with its location, in close proximity to the U. The servings are pretty large too.
Unfortunately I was very disappointed by this place. I went expecting a greek restaurant, but this place is more like a fast food greek place.
The quality of food was not even comparable to the greek restaurants, the herb rice was soggy and tasteless. The Dolmathes had the same tasteless herb rice stuffed in them, and were drowned in olive oil. The pita's for the gyro's tasted like the supermarket ones and everything was far too oily. Even the yoghurt sauce was tasteless. Add to that abrupt service and it was a totally ruined evening for us. I will admit though, that Salt Lake probably doesn't have any good ethnic restaurants. The greek places we have dines at in other metro cities leave this place far far behind.
The food is great, but watchout. Our car got booted in their parking lot. It cost $80 to get it unlocked. They owned the lot, but refused to help get the car released. If you're really unlucky they tow it and it costs $200 to get it back.
As a Greek food lover, although there are several Greek eating places in Salt Lake City I feel this is BY FAR the BEST! Great variety, great serving sizes and great prices! I only wish they'd open a location in the Midvale/Sandy area, although the drive downtown or to their West Valley location is WELL WORTH IT!
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