Where and What to Eat
City Lunch: The Greek Grill & Cafe
What's for lunch? Our editor's pick of where to eat on your lunch break.
Afghani Chicken Kabob
Counter service, plenty of seating.
Sometimes if you don’t venture down a hallway, you might miss something. So it goes, if you whip through City Center on your way to Len Druskin and don’t take a gander down the other hallway to The Greek Grill. It’s not stylish or edgy, you Len shopper, but it is comfortable, pleasing, and solid on Greek food. They offer a lot of standards, their gyros have many skyway fans, but make sure to branch out and try some specialties, it’s worth the risk. An Afghani chicken kabob special was caked in good, rich spices and a lambini kabob of little lamb meatballs killed it. But try to get there early for the Athena Avgo gyros with scrambled eggs, gyros, and tomatoes in a killer tzatziki sauce.
The Greek Grill & Cafe