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So according to The Washington Post, there’s a Gyro place called Plaka Grill that we just HAVE to check out.
Yes, I am skeptical because I am pretty much balls deep on Steve’s Gyros at Cleveland’s West Side Market.
So while exploring Washington DC, decided to check out Plaka Grill.
Inside walls of the restie are painted to represent outside walls of other buildings.
Classic order is the Plaka Gyro.
Restie was er…empty..so I was kinda skeptical. I guess that’s my order of fries came out quick and hot.
I am unsure on what the special seasoning is…but I would venture to say salt and pepper and dried oregano. Nothing to write home about to Uncle Mikinos.
As I started to eat my fries, I really don’t think they let them rest. These fries were still very greasy. Way greesey.
Then their name sake gyro arrived. Fatty boom ba-latty
Fries that were inside this gyro was also greasy too.
Fairly large…but not as big as Steve’s…cause size matters.
The 3 small slices of bland tomato was completely unnecessary
Marinated medallions of pork? WTF is pork doing in my gyro? Isn’t it supposed to be lamb?
I’d like more meat. This is a gyro right?
2 little fingers of raw red onions…that’s it. Booooooooooooo
Grease ruined the tzatziki cause all I taste is grease.
Yep…more slippery than a crack whore on payday.
Slick Rick’s greezy meat at Plaka Grill in Washington DC is not worth your trip.
I suggest you check out Steve’s Gyros at Cleveland’s West Side Market.
Uncle Mikanos approves of Steve.
Reporting live from a forest of greezy fries…
Dear Carl Jr,
Let’s talk about your new flagship Memphis BBQ Burger.
This looks good.
This does not look good.
Dry like the Sahara, stiff slice of cheese, room temperature patty, and stale bread.
What the deuce…looks nothing like what you tout. Memphis would not be happy.
But I guess if you keep showing commercials like this…
…I’m sure someone will eat it.
Reporting live from QuarryLaneFarms…