Rave review

That’s what Kokoras Greek Grill in Morgan Junction just got from the Seattle Weekly, five months after opening.

6 Replies to "Rave review"

  • Angela March 1, 2007 (9:54 am)

    A perfect gyro! We love this place and have been there 3 times so far. We go early as it can be quite busy, but the atmosphere is very friendly and neighborly. Hubby loves “real” gyros so he wants to go there all the time. And, they have a kid friendly menu. My son loves the kid’s gyro – pita and lamb with feta & sauce on the side (i.e., no veggies!). Their house merlot was a nice compliment too.

  • c_meezy March 1, 2007 (10:38 am)

    Ate there a few nights ago and it was very good. Will definitely be a regular stop.

  • Jen March 1, 2007 (8:06 pm)

    yep…easily the best gyro we’ve had in Seattle. Tough to get in there, but take out is always an option!

  • N March 1, 2007 (8:12 pm)

    I ate there for lunch and thought it was really good. I grabbed a dinner menu and it looked to me like they were offering the same meals as lunch but at much, much higher prices. A plate of chicken and frieds was around $8 for lunch. For dinner, I think it was about $14. They couldn’t possibly offer more food with the dinner version. That would be grotesque.

  • Max March 1, 2007 (9:21 pm)

    Well, the gyros may be the best in Seattle, but that says more about the competition than the quality at Kokoras. We really wanted to like this place more, since we love good Greek food, but we found the gyros over-salted and under-spiced. But we trained on the gyros from the Souvlaki place on English Bay near Stanley Park in Vancouver (now sadly gone), so cut us some slack.

  • beef March 8, 2007 (8:35 am)

    Excellent place. Now I just need them to put french fries in the gyros. I think I’m going to have to start ordering another piece of pita to go along with the gyro. The put so much stuff on one that you have to eat half of the filling in order to be able to fold it up and eat with your hands.

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