After parking, we went to Mang Inasal, my daughter's favorite chicken place. However, restaurant was full that we decided to look for another place to eat.
Stavros and Cafe Zenses are two new restaurants found in the 2nd level of the mall. Both were opened less than a year but never had a chance to try any of them.
We first went inside Zenses to check their menu. I found the ambiance good and the food looks ok as well. However, the wife didn't seem to like the selection. So, off we went to the restaurant next door.
Not very familiar with mediterranean cuisine, we ordered what was familiar to us: shawarma or kebab roll. But here, they call it gyro. I guess it's the way a shawarma is called by the Greek. Choice of filling are chicken, beef, lamb, kofta and falafel. Wrapped in a flat or pita bread with the filling are tomato, lettuce and cucumber. I ordered a chicken (P120) while my wife ordered the beef (P140) gyro. It came with a serving of hand cut fries.
Other than 2 murals on both sides of the walls of the restaurant, there was hardly any decor to make the place look more like the mediterranean theme it tries to project.