Love this place. Eat there on average 2 times per week. The food is very tasty. My favourites are: the falafal wrap (approx. $5) (with so many other goodies wrapped inside), vegetarian plate (approx. $9) (spanakopita, delicious rice, greek-style potatos, greek salad or tabouleh (parsley salad), 2 falafal, dalmadas, and sauces: humus (chick pea & garlic) , tahini (sesame), & tzatsiki (cucumber & yoghurt), and the mixed souvlaki (approx. $10) (rice, potatoes, choice of salad, skewer of chicken (marinated in some tasty spices and is as tender as can be), skewer of lamb and humous.
Both the vegetarian plate and mixed souvlaki are so large that I usually can't finish them. Talk about a deal: delicious food for cheap. The place is always packed with usually a big lunch line-up. And when an ethnic restaurant is packed with people of that ethnicity you know it's good! So busy that you end up sharing table space. But the food is so good that no one ever minds. Can take a while to get your food, so if you're in a hurry, be there before 11:40 or order ahead and take your meal to go.
Service is always with a "hello [insert name here]" and a smile. Love that it's family-run. Mom's on the register, Dad's on the grill, daughter does the salads and wraps. Another daughter (I think?) is on clean-up detail. Even Grandpa is there busily doing meal-prep.
The ambiance is very typical of what you'd find in the middle-east. Cafe-style set-up and regional art & nicknacks. It wouldn't be authentic any other way.