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What About Kabob?
Mediterranean Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 7:30 pm
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713 W SW Loop 323 Tyler, TX 75701
713 West Southwest Loop 323USTexasTyler75701
$$Mediterranean RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmThursday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmFriday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmSunday Closed
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"It's a small place but the flavor of their Gyros is way better than the looks!"
"But the Ghost Sauce took the skin off her tongue."
"Great service always with a smile."
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Jeff Wallace
a week ago
I don'e eat fries, but these are too good to pass up. Friendly staff.
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samuel brown
9 months ago
Get the Philly Cheese, Kabob Style. Great service always with a smile.
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William Daugherty
a year ago
Amazing food, good service, silly atmosphere but worth it for the lamb meat wraps
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Rick Berry
2 years ago
You should eat here. If travelling on I-20, this place IS worth diverting off the highway and making your way down to the south side of the loop for lunch. You won't be disappointed. This place is very very good. They make Gyro sandwiches (pita with roasted meat) that are bigger than a baby's head. The fries and pita chips were overcooked for my taste and/or the oil is too old, but they were having trouble with their fryer the last time I was there, so I'll give 'em some slack. I'd eat lunch here three times a week, if it wasn't on the other side of Tyler from where I work. The decor is Spartan (hah, see what I did there?) but you get to graffiti the walls with markers. It's totally got a College-town hangout feel to it. I miss eating authentic Greek food (I lived in Greece as a kid) and this place helps satisfy my craving for gyro and falafel. Note of warning: The "Ghost Sauce" is deadly hot. My wife loves spicy foods, the hotter the better, uses Sriracha like ketchup. But the Ghost Sauce took the skin off her tongue. Be careful! ~Rick
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Chester Roberts
7 months ago
The food was good, but the prices were rather high. The meat was delicious... BUT.. I would also say that anyone looking for a Gyro should look elsewhere.... These sandwiches are more like Kabobs... the difference is in the bread... a Gyro uses a Pita bread, what this restaurant uses is more closely associated with a thick tortilla...
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Jeff Ellis
a year ago
Have always missed my doners that I fell in love with at the stands in Germany. They've done a great job in recreating that experience at What about Kabob. I passed on the pita chips, but the fries were excellent - I'd highly recommend them as a side. The environment was very ecclectic/hippy/Austiny, which I enjoy, but it had a run-down feeling and not in a good way (a portable air conditioner with duct taped exhaust in the main dining room, for example). The food was so good, I can totally overlook that, but I do wish they'd pay attention to the details more.
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Jessica Bullock
2 years ago
I just tried this place after driving past it for months. Got the Gyro and will definitely be back. The owner Joe, is young and is obviously very talented. Generous portions, quality food, super yummy, unique, LOCALLY OWNED! and a good price. Buy local and support your local economy!
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Heath Wade
a year ago
Excellent gyros. A required stop when in Tyler.