Tiny Greenwood Cafe Serves A Slice Of Greece
By Danny O'Neil - The Seattle Times
It's Mr. Gyro's — the formal title a sign of respect for the meal you'll find at this cubbyhole of a Greek restaurant in Greenwood. Delicious offerings include falafel, chicken shawarma and lamb gyro.
Cheap Eats: Mr. Gyro's
By Phuong Le - Seattle PI
The beef and lamb sizzles, slowly spinning on the vertical broiler as you watch eagerly behind the counter. With a long-blade knife, owner/cook Ahmed Asfour carves strips of well-seasoned meat that fall into a pan he holds in his other hand.
Awesome Cheap Eats
By The Stranger
Mr. Gyros turns out the solid standards of quick Middle Eastern food: falafel, schawarma, kabobs, baba ghanoush, and hummus. The chicken schawarma stands out: It's scented with a hint of cinnamon, slathered with tahini, and wrapped in a thin pita.
A Good Gyro Is Hard To Find
By Komo News
A good gyro is hard to find in Seattle. Fortunately, Mr. Gyros Seattle is here for all of your Greek food cravings. Recently voted the best gyro in Seattle, our growing reputation confirms our core philosophy that great food and stellar customer service lead to satisfied customers.
Make A Mess At Mr. Gyro's
By Naomi Bishop - Seattle Weekly
In one of the few exceptions to the old 'order the specialty of the house' rule, the gyro is not my favorite item at Mr. Gyro's. Not that the gyro isn't quite good. Rather, it is that the endearingly messy lamb kabob plate is phenomenal.
By Seattle Mag
Watching the men slice strips of succulent, well-seasoned gyro meat off the spit is almost a religious experience: You know that in mere moments you’ll be experiencing gyro nirvana, all yours for $4.99. Warm flatbread, crisp cucumbers, red onions, creamy tzatziki sauce and tender meat—chicken, beef or lamb—combine in one tasty, portable package.