All of Little Greek's food is cooked to order. It's an open kitchen, so you can watch them prepare your food. It's pretty much the same set-up as Chipotle, but with a larger, and Greek, menu.
I love gyros, so I ordered the gyro dinner platter. It wasn't even five minutes before my food was brought out. The portion size was more than generous, as you can see below. I took half of it home.
My guest ordered the chicken souvlaki, which was also delicious. This entree falls under the 'Light Meals' category.
Little Greek also has a nice variety of desserts to choose from. I couldn't say no to trying the baklava cheesecake. WHOA.
Needless to say, I will be going back. I hope you try it out.
Little Greek offers a USF discount and has a rewards card program, so make sure you ask for a rewards card. Every dollar spent is a point, and 50 points scores you $5 off.
The president of the chain is a USF graduate, so that's pretty cool, too!