Good Eats: Gyros and More

Sunday, July 17, 2011

By Sean Wheatley

I love finding these gems around Shoreline. And I always seem to be loving almost everything I find. One such gem is Gyro House Cafe and Grocery. 

Located behind Goldies Casino off of Aurora, this place seems straight out of New York or Los Angeles in its Middle Eastern style and authenticity. Mainly a quick order restaurant, the fridges are filled with various take out items, including a selection of Halal meats, prepared according to Muslim tradition.

The falafel, gyros and lamb sandwiches (spicy lamb pictured) are large meals onto themselves, but adding baba ganoush, hummus or feta is always a good call. The staff is great. After a couple visits, I know there are lots of things on their menu to try, including full plates instead of sandwiches, so I will return for more (and to get better photos once I get my new camera...). 

The simplicity of the grocery take out layout with the sparse dining area only means that it's all about the food. And it's some of the best falafel, Greek and Muslim food around.

1125 N 152 St  Gyro House Cafe and Grocery

Sean Wheatley's entertainment services business Seattle Parties keeps him busy in the evenings. He and his wife Leslie and son Dylan eat out so much that he started writing restaurant reviews, which he now shares with us.


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