We have eaten at Zorba’s a couple times over the past couple years. It’s a good place, but we just don’t think of it very often. We went there yesterday with another family we are friends with, for lunch.
We got a couple Greek salads, and I thought they were really good. The dressing has just a bit of a bite to it, which works well with the green leafy stuff in it. Raegan ordered the pita and hummus and yogurt dip appetizer, which went over really well, and Jackie got the Tabouli and pronounced it excellent.
I got the gyro dinner. It came with yogurt sauce for dipping and pita. I really liked it, the gyro meat was tasty and had just a hint of spice to it.
Raegan got the chicken over rice. It was a lot of food, and in spite of me eating some of the chicken and rice, and Erin and Olivia eating some more of the rice, she ended up taking some home. It was really good, the tomato-based sauce really brought some flavor to the chicken.
Jackie got the Greek Pizza. It had a flat pita crust, and lots of veggies on it. She said it was excellent.
Erin and Olivia and Jack got chicken kabobs and ate most of them, including the veggies! Good for them.
The iced tea was excellent, and filled often. I never ran out.
The kids got a couple churros for dessert, which is a pastry with chocolate to dip it in.
I don’t know what the check was, but from the menus I think the prices are reasonable. The service was good.
Zorba’s had a sign up that said that flamenco dancers were there Friday nights, and belly dancers Saturday night. We need to go check those out (especially the flamenco).