While we were eating at 8th Street Cooperative, we decided to also give Paros Real Greek a try. They’re in the same location as Noodlebox and Little Lot Diner.
We dropped in on a Wednesday afternoon (around 3:00pm). Most people appeared to be ordering food from here over the two other two spots.
The menu is simple: gyros, souvlaki, roast lamb, veggies, salads and appetizers.
You can choose to get your dish in either a pita or plate format.
Gyro plate ($13.00)
Served with pita bread, tzatziki, roasted veggies and your choice of one side. We picked pork for our meat and potatoes as our side.
Potatoes were tender but quite acidic, almost to the point of being sour.
Roasted veggies were standard but solid. Best thing was the pita bread; fluffy and fresh.
The pork was sadly super salty.
Better than your typical Greek fast food spots (*cough cough* Opa! *cough cough*) but that’s about it. Not my type of spot.
Paros Real Greek
1436 8 Street SW