My parents are regulars here so I joined them for dinner and my impressions were somewhere in between the two camps below. The layout of the place is a bit cramped but it was nicer than Abe's in Long Beach who offer nearly the same menu choices. The service was friendly and professional, reasonably quick, and the food was good, a gyro platter was a nice large portion of the usual beef/lamb gyro meat covered in a mound of lettuce, tomato, feta, and tzatziki sauce with pita on the side. Chicken gyros were good also, the meat was a bit dry and I was told it is usually more flavorful than it was on this night. A good hummus/tahini was on the chicken plate also which tasted more like tahini than usually found. I'll give them a solid 4 stars and say they are worth a second visit next time I'm in the area.
Pros: Friendly service, large portions
Cons: A bit cramped, gets crowded easily