Fortunately, What About Kabob soon set up shop and saved us the trouble. Which is great, because they really know what they’re doing. Their menu is varied and everything on it is delicious, although my personal favorite is still the OG (Original Gyro). Doug likes the chimicanga gyro and drops in to eat one whenever he’s in the neighborhood. I’m hoping he’ll start bringing the rest of us along, as well, now that Kabob’s is letting kids eat free all day on Tuesday. One kids pita and fries per adult meal purchased, dine-in only. Come check it out! Maybe we’ll see you there.
Our family developed a taste for gyros while backpacking Europe several years ago. We ordered them everywhere they were served from London to Rome, but our favorites were the ones we ate at the train station in Munich. Mmmm-mmm! When we returned to Tyler, Doug went through withdrawal pains. We tried making them at home for awhile with supplies Doug ordered off Amazon. Doug maintained that what we really needed was a gyro shop right here in Tyler. He started pricing industrial-strength equipment and toying with the idea of opening a restaurant himself–in his spare time!