It’s on Red Bank near the Walmart in a strip mall. This was the space that was supposed to have or had for a VERY short while someplace that was the “Home of the $10 T-Bone” – dammit – I missed it!
But now – it’s home to Ali Baba’s.
The menu is on the wall and there are printed copies on the counter – it’s a good selection. I can’t find a website but if you click on the image – it will enlarge and you can see the offerings.
Ahhhh…spits of meat. I have to say – the one on the right looked kinda gross – but it was chicken pieces stacked rather than just a big hunk of lamb.
Larry & Marla joined me and each got the gyro ($6). It was HUGE! The tsatziki was okay – but not my favorite in town. It varies so much from place to place – sometimes it’s thick like sour cream (which I like – shocker) and other times thin like yogurt (not so much). The meat was standard but good. All in all a good standard gyro.
We also tried a side of hummus – I think Sabra hummus has me spoiled – I crave their roasted red pepper on a regular basis. This was of the plain variety made in-house and it was fine. Again – good standard hummus.