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What You'll Get
Even with their sights set on eternal glory, the well-greaved Achaeans besieging Troy had to break for dinner. Today's Groupon brings bounteous Hellenic fare across the wine-dark sea and straight into your mouth, the skilled breaker of horses. For $7, you get $15 worth of Greek fare at Kyklos Greek Cafe, located inside Henderson’s Galleria Mall.
Kyklos satiates harried shoppers with fresh, authentic Greek fare served speedily and consumed lovingly. The menu boasts an eclectic mix of homemade hunger-fixers, including Greek salad ($6.25), stuffed grape leaves ($8.50), and the Mediterranean sampler plate—a medley of falafel, tahini, hummus, tabbouleh, kalamata olives, and pita bread used to sop up every last morsel ($9.50). Nine gyros varieties are also available, including the Philly–style gyro, which warrants the use of onions, peppers, American cheese, salsa, hot sauce, and a pita that’s grill-marked to match Thomas Jefferson’s Hancock ($7.45).
The Fine Print
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About Kyklos Greek Cafe
In the kitchens at Kyklos Greek Cafe, Sophocles, Constantine, and Ioannis Frangakis devise tasty dishes that draw on their Greek heritage and family recipes. Diners can select entrees from the eatery's medley of gyros, including the chicken gyros supreme, topped with feta cheese, and the philly gyros, replete with hot sauce and a Liberty Bell-esque crack in its pita bread. The menu further quells belly rumblings with an eclectic mix of homemade hunger-fixers, including greek salad, lamb-stuffed grape leaves, and the mediterranean sampler plate, a medley of falafel, tahini, hummus, tabbouleh, kalamata olives, and pita bread used to sop up every last morsel. Complete the transition from an innie to an outie with a bellybutton-bursting dessert, such as homemade baklava or melomakarona, traditional Greek–style cookies dipped in honey and topped with crunchy walnuts.