Careful what you order. The chicken for chicken shawarma comes from a frozen store bought bag. This is not what I expected ..
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The food here isn't great, and almost all of the sides and add-ons (sauce, salads, fixings) aren't fresh or even warm. I stopped by looking for some Falafel, but the way the prices are structured, you have to play like 8 dollars just to get...More
the gyro was OK, the eggplant was poor, the salad was not very good. Seemed like "pretend" middle eastern food to me. It was fast and relatively cheap.
After reading the other reviews, I am baffled by how horrible our experience was. We visited the place around 4 PM, so perhaps we just were served the dried out, oily leftovers by a pushy man trying to make a sale before closing shop. If...More
Been coming to M.E.C. for over 10 years now. I always get a "sampler plate" because everything looks so good. My son and I would meet down here once a month and eat lunch. His favorite: Spannokopitas. You have to get there early for these...More
I was looking at all the options for places to eat in the River Market vendor hall and this place caught my eye. I had never tried middle eastern food before and was feeling curious. I saw a sign near the counter saying you could...More
When I eat at the River Market, I eat here. Their gyro is the best. They have a changing menu, but the gyros are always on.
This is a food booth in the market area. The service is very friendly and the food offers a good value for what you get. It is tasty and on nice days, you can eat outside on benches.
Good mild flavors, fair-sized servings, and interesting recipes for babaganoush, hummus, and other dishes make this a nice variation from all the fried food establishments nearby.