I ordered a gyro, shawarma, a Greek salad, baklava, and spanakopita. I have tried a lot of this kind of food In cities across the country so I've gotten kind of finicky. I was impressed! The Greek salad is probably the best in Indianapolis or surrounding areas. I might've added more tomatoes cucumbers and green peppers to it but it was wonderful as a side salad. It's probably the dressing which was absolutely fantastic And the salad was cold and crisp. The gyro was wonderful, the spanakopita was fresh and the baklava was different. it had peanuts in it which I was surprised that I liked. This guy is proud of his business and takes pride in what he does and offers great service. Not a fancy place but darn good food! Lots of great flavors!
Kind of Greek/Middle Eastern restaurant in a fast-food footprint. I like their gyros and shawarma. Nice mom-and-pop family-run place. The family is from the middle-east. Pretty clean. Ambience is self-serve fast food type, with self-serve soft-drinks, utensils and napkins. The food seems authentic. Though they do include a lot of American staples too, like burgers, hot dogs, chili dogs, NY dogs, Chicago dogs, fries, chicken wings, various fried fish, fried shrimp, subs, etc. This is a good change-of-pace from the fast-food restaurants along West 86th street. The same family owns "Gyro N Kabob" at 3681 West 86th, corner of Michigan Road. I like Gyro N Kabob better as they have a lunch buffet.
My husband and I love the food at Lincoln Square. Our only disappointment is that there usually aren't any sugar-free options for deserts. My husband is a diabetic and I've had stomach surgeries so both of us have to avoid sugar. We have recommended Lincoln Square to many of our friends, who also love the food and enjoy the service..but many are also 'sugar intollerant'. So..to get a full '5-star' rating from us, we'd like to see our dietary needs considered. And yes, we have asked about sugar-free deserts SEVERAL times, as have our friends so they are aware that the desire/need is there.