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“Great Meal!”
Review of The Gyro Spot

The Gyro Spot
Ranked #8 of 434 Restaurants in Manchester
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Greek
Dining options: After-hours
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours
Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

My husband and I went there on a Saturday night around 6 p.m. not many customers. The service was friendly and fast. My husband had the chicken gyro that have french fries in it. Unusual and very tasty. I had the healthy option gyro which had chicken and a veggies. We split a Greek beer. Dinner was under $25. Would highly recommend.

Thank craftbeerlover52
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Reviewed January 18, 2018

A little pricey but the food is great. Great staff, small are for dining. Opens late, to go is available.

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Reviewed January 12, 2018

Here’s a place that does one thing, and one thing really well – The Gyro Spot in Manchester, New Hampshire. Gyros are their bread and butter (or rather, flatbread and tzatziki) and that’s why you won’t find a hundred ubiquitous items on the menu, proving a case of less is more. Shrinking the quantity and heightening the quality, like flaky spanakopita and fruity, brine-cured dolmades. Aside from chicken, there’s also the pork gyro. There’s also few soup and salad options – avgolemono, a chicken and rice soup, and lentils in a zippy vegetarian broth known as fahkes. However, the main reason one goes to The Gyro Spot is of course, for the gyro. Directly behind the walk-up counter is the kitchen. You can see everything from the assembly line of toppings to the vertical rotisseries and the bubbly staff. Thin ribbons of pork or chicken are shaved into a char-grilled flatbread that melts into a refreshing and tangy yogurt sauce. The contrast of raw red onion, lettuce and tomato give it that fresh quality necessary for a lighter, more lively flavor.

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Thank ellengibbs21
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Reviewed January 1, 2018

Drove 20 minutes to try this restaurant, based on positive reviews, did not disappoint
Food was generously proportioned
Had the gyro, rice and fries
All fresh and delicious
Staff was great, service was quick
Yummy!!

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Thank MTLCRUISEFAMILY
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Reviewed December 18, 2017 via mobile

So I ordered the lamb gyro and didn't expect fries to be in it. Great idea except they were all soggy which pretty much ruined the whole thing. Ask for them in the side.

Thank Woodstock63
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