Restaurant: Little Greek
Location: Louisville (Shelbyville Rd. area)
What I had: Gyro, Chicken Skewer, Cheesecake.
What I liked: The gyro. It was better than I expected with this being a "fast casual" eatery. The seasoning in the lamb-beef mixture ubiquitous in all gyros was spot on, the tzatziki cool and creamy. Not the best I've ever had, but much better than most. The chicken skewer. Again, this was another example of near perfect seasoning, and the fact that it was char-grilled gave it a wonderful smoky flavor. The cheesecake was serviceable. Again not the best I've ever had, but better than some.
Why I liked it: It's kind of a Greek version of Qdoba/Chipotle where you walk up to the counter to order. If you want, you can watch them prepare your food. Their service was extremely friendly, and they went out of their way to accommodate my son who after pointing this place out, suddenly become totally against eating here. The owners made him what they called an off menu "Aidan Special" which was noodles in a marinara with some cheese and some grilled chicken.
What I didn't like about it: I'm not sure if there was anything I didn't like, except maybe being still hungry enough after eating the gyro to need to order a chicken skewer (which, like the cheesecake, I shared with the kiddos).
What the kids liked: Danielle had a gyro like I did, seemed to like it. Aidan's "Aidan Special" was a hit with all of us.
Budget: This is a place that could fast become one of our regular stops. We spent less here than we typically spend at Chipotle (initially, before the extra skewer and dessert). The flavors were fresh and good, and overall I feel there was good value for the money spent.