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Old 06-15-2008, 06:03 PM   #1
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IN - Indianapolis .. King Gyros, East Street

I get to the South side of Indianapolis about once a month for a flute circle I belong to.

I always make sure to pop into King Gyros for a Gryro on the way home. It's about 3 miles towards town from 465 on East street. They really know how to make a good one. The meat is sliced off the cone of gyros meat, they crisp it up a bit on the grill LOAD it onto a hot grilled pita, smother with fresh sliced onions, some tomato and a bunch of really good Tzitziki sauce...

There's really are the best I have had, including ones from nice greek restaurants.


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Old 06-16-2008, 01:33 PM   #2
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King Gyros is a chain, I believe, that's native to the Midwest. We have one in Marion, my hometown, too. And I agree, best gyro I've ever had. As well as the best feta cheese. I always order several sides of it to take home with me, because I can't buy feta in the store that tastes half as creamy and mild.
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