Two years ago I lived in Berlin, where about 30 years ago the Turkish population brought their own version of meat on a stick served with bread, sauce and veggies: the döner kebab. Since the 70s over 1200 kebab stands have sprung up across the city and with an average price of 2 Euros döner has become one of the most important and fought about meals in Berlin. People compare qualities of meat, freshness of veggies, zip of the spicy sauce: its all part of a big equation to find the perfect kebab.
Lets zip back to here. I can think of about 5 kebab places in the city that I know of; needless to say Seattle doesn't have the kebab culture like Berlin, London, New York or Istanbul. After moving back to Seattle I needed my kebab fix and didn't hesitate to head to the Gyro-Cery between classes to grab lunch. The gyro is not a döner but who cares! The jumbo beef/lamb gyro is a sandwich worth its weight in gold. The meat has a great flavor and is amazingly seasoned and the fresh onions, sauce and bread all compliment it very well. The only complaint I have is the tomatoes, they always seem to me like they are too cold as if they have been sitting in a freezer or something, so munch on your fries or the good lentil soup before eating your gyro and let them warm up...
A jumbo gyro/fries combo runs about $5.50 and they also have chicken and vegetarian options as well. Should you eat inside the interior is, well, very Ave. The whole ambiance could offer a little more but it has charm in his shoddiness.
For people who love kebab like me, the Gyro-Cery is your best bet in Seattle.