I would say Greek. My gyro was good and filling. Order food at counter and I believe they delivered to table. Friendly staff.
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Fresh and fast! A variety of salad and wraps to choose from. The Greek salad with hummus and chicken was delicious and frankly enough for two. There is ample seating available. The drink options include water and soda options from a refrigerated case.
They got it down right.....the wraps are perfectly spiced, juicy, and full of many flavors of hummus, tomatoes, and meat.........our choice is the Kefteh Kabab wrap......done right, ask for little hot sauce......done very proper......you won't be disappointed.....
Okay people lets talk super hole in the wall place! Never dreaming that this could be oh so good! Mouthwatering at the same time but so worth the wait! Timing is everything! Come before the lunch bunch rush! Super cheap grub for very little money....More
This is a handy spot if you’re staying at the Hyatt across the road. Once the business day comes to an end, your quick and inexpensive meal options in this part of the city drop right off. This is a tasty option if you don’t...More
The food is outstanding, you can't go wrong with anything they offer on the menu, or any special/custom order that you want. Great staff (but when they are busy you may not get the same level of attention), multiple locations (all are good), large sandwiches...More
My husband and I honeymooned in San Francisco almost 15 years ago and we ate at Oasis very night. We decided to go back during our recent trip to the city and OMG..it's still as amazing as we remember. This place has been owned by...More
Enjoyed a Falafel and chicken wrap. Very tasty and fresh. Though a bit pricey; two wraps and one coke $27. Nicely wrapped for take out and the nearby area has benches.
Fast, priced right, clean, and super yummy. Great street food when in the Embarcadero. The Falafel wrap is fresh, not unnecessarily sloppy, has just the right balance of chrispy tortilla, hummus, spice, and falafel.
We had started already doing the "tourist thing" in the Embarcadero area, when our group got hungry. We chose to get away from the crowded Marketplace Ferry Bldg and look for a place where locals eat. Well, we found this Middle Eastern place, a gem...More