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“Good addition to the Area”
Review of YiaYia's Kitchen

YiaYia's Kitchen
Ranked #7 of 65 Restaurants in Beltsville
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

Its a good addition to the College Park/Beltsville Area. They serve several classic Greek dishes.
I ordered a classic lamb gyro which was pack to fill of lamb and tzatziki goodness. I also tried the hand cut fries which were just okay and not worth the $3. I will be back to try a few of the entrees in the future.

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Thank Ant1007
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Reviewed 6 February 2014

This is more a 4.5 star review; I'm knocking a bit off for one time ordering my salad without onions but getting them anyway. However, the gyros are really really good as are the french fries and the Greek salad is out of this world. They also have something called a "Village Salad" which is huge chunks of cucumbers and tomatos in the olive oily dressing which is sooo good with the gyro over it. My husband reports enjoying the ribs too, and the vegetables - green beans one and zucchini the other time - he says they're really good too. Just wish they weren't so brusque on the phone and that their front door didn't mysteriously get locked leaving me to knock outside in the cold. And that when they agree to leave onions off a meal, they would. If you're eating in, note that the dining area can get very cold indeed.

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Reviewed 29 January 2014

We had the chicken souvlaki. it was flavorful but not as good (not enough filling in the pita, and the pita was slightly burnt) as some other Greek restaurants we've been to. It is a small restaurant with a few tables and really best for carry-out. There were no souvlaki or gyro platters on the menu which was a disappointment, and they don't have coffee. There is a Tuesday special for $5 for a gyro, which is what they should probably charge anyway. It is a little overpriced for what you're getting.

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Thank Mary G
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Reviewed 19 January 2014 via mobile

It's like eating at a fast food version of a Greek restaurant. The gyro pita sandwich was great. The chicken souvlaki pita sandwich seemed a little more charred than anything else but still not bad. The fries were really good with some kind of salt it cheese or something dusted on. Delish! Each was $7. I would def come back.

Thank M P
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Reviewed 30 November 2013

We sampled just about everything on the menu because there were five of us. Add two more because of Cam's appetite. Nancy found the chicken dishes deficit but the rest was very good. Spanakopita is +10. There is no charm to be found so order to go.

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Thank innerbum1
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