We dined at The Mediterranean on 33, a small-town restaurant that serves Fine Greek, Italian and & American Cuisine.
The decor has a unique flair to it. From their stylized brick walls and polished wood arches to the lovely paintings and decorative vases. This classic, slightly exotic setup generates a calming atmosphere.
The bar, while not secluded from the rest of the interior, does have a short brick wall for a bit of privacy.
We ordered the Grilled Chicken Gyro with a side of seasoned fries and the Classic Gyro with a side of classic fries! The blend of lettuce, onions, chicken and tzatziki sauce gives it a sweet flavor.
Seasoned fries have a special seasoning that gives it a bit of spice without being too overwhelming. They were good with and without ketchup.
The Classic Gyro is your traditional gyro; lettuce, tzatziki sauce and lamb meat, but we got it served with banana peppers over the onions, complimenting the flavor of the gyro rather than taking away from it.
You can visit The Mediterranean at 1147 North Memorial Drive, Lancaster, Ohio 43130.
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