Farm Grill Rotisserie
I used to hit this about 4x year when I lived in Newton several years ago, but haven't been in at least a couple. It has improved, in my opinion. Stopped in on Labor Day for an early dinner (4pm), two gyros, one with beef/lamb gyro meat and one with chicken gyro - tons of meat, more than I remember, better spicing than I remember and higher quality. Was actually looking forward to the "typical" gyro meat mash sort of thing and this was MUCH better - could actually discern the different sources... ;)
Even the little side Greek salad seemed better / fresher than I remembered.
I wish I lived closer, but I will try to get over to Greek Corner for comparison. I have a feeling there will be none.
I went to Farm Grill for the first time on Friday. Most of the food was good, about what you would find at a Greek Festival. However, the octopus salad was out of this world delicious. Tender, flavorful, I could eat a whole pint. I will definitely go back for more.
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I went to the Farm Grill the other day, I thought that the Gyro was the best that I have had here in the Boston area. I am originally from here, but I lived in Chicago for a while and they had awesome gyros there. The one at the Farm Grill wasn't as good as the ones I used to get at Kojacks in Burbank, IL. (I think that is what city it is/was in) At least it was cut from a large spinning piece of meat. Unlike all the other ones that I have had here, that are just pre-sliced meat. I will go back for more.
I work down the street and stopped in for lunch a couple weeks ago. Had a craving for a nice big square of moussaka, but this place wasn't great - I found that it was too bland, not nutmeggy enough for my taste.
It does look like a nice place, though, and I will definitely come back to try the meatier things like gyros.