Best Gyro’s in St. Louis.
20. Pan D'Olive
1603 Mccausland AveSaint Louis, MO 63117
I like the Mediterranean cuisine with the modern twist served here! The service is ON IT every time I have been here
Walked in. Walked out. Ran by a bunch of kids on their phones. Did not acknowledge me as a customer. Waited until I said sonething before greeting me and asking my order. I will not be back.
Great food. Fast service. Recommend eating here for lunch. I only waited about 6 minutes in line during the lunch rush. Best gyros in St. Louis I've eaten.
Add delivery, you would make alot of money...............................................................
Gyros are some of the best in town. Nice owners.
This is a great place for Gyros, it is a little place that is always packed with people. Love the gyros and the staff is great. I would recommend this place to friends.
This is one of my favorite restaurants for Greek food. They offer fantastic food, good service, and a good value.
We visited their breakfast buffet a few weeks ago and were not impressed. If you can eat all you want, but the food isn't very good, what's the point?The first problem was the way they have the buffet set up. They have it in the bar, along with a made-to-order omelet station. That area is too small for it. On a crowded, hot Sunday all the chafing dishes along with the open flame at the omelet cooker makes for a Hades-like experience in the restaurant. Especially if you have the misfortune of needing to be seated at the bar.The buffet food is pretty standard: scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits with strawberry or grape jelly, French toast sticks, potatoes, waffles. The main problem here was the blandness of everything combined with he fact that it all gets cold the minute you remove it from the chafing dish. I couldn't have spent more than five minutes putting food on my plate and everything was a sad room temperature by the time I sat down to eat.The best part about their brunch is the omelet bar. They have several add-ins for you to choose from and the resulting omelet will be hot and good. Though I do have to add that the cook didn't quite understand English well enough to fully get my order and added olives to mine, which I hate. All in all, I think you'd be better spending breakfast at IHOP, Denny's or Waffle House if you want a cheap meal. At least there you know the food will be hot and the A/C will be cool.