I absolutely love their bread! It’s soft and not chewy. It’s not buttery, but it has the melt in your mouth feel. This bread is good by itself, for a sandwich, accompanying some meat and cheese or made into French toast. It’s great and I had it two days in a row. The spanakopita is good. The crust is flaky and crunchy, but still soft. There was a great balance of cheese and spinach. The bougatsa is also delicious. We got some fresh from the oven and this definitely melts in your mouth. It’s also good the next day, but if you can, get it while it’s fresh! The custard is rich, but not heavy, very good. The gyro meat is well seasoned and tender. I was lucky enough to get the gyro version of cracklins – too good! Their salad and gyro sandwich are delicious and they really hit the spot when you want good, non-heavy food, quick.
It’s run by a very nice family and they are warm and friendly. You can tell by their customers that they are definitely a ‘neighborhood’ gem.