I hate pompous reviews like this. The reviewer seems like they have an ulterior motive. 3/4 of the review mentions positive remarks about the food items, yet the review as a whole is very negatively skewed. Could the bread have really made that much of an impression on him?
I have eaten at all of the Aribatzis' restaurants for years, and they are a great couple turning out exceptional food in a fun and comfortable atmosphere. This review sounds like it was written by someone so full of themselves, he would scoff at ambrosia plated for him by Zeus himself.
I hate pompous responses ("ambrosia plated by Zeus"?) to what to this regular reader seems like a fairly considered and even-handed review. The fact that Mr. Byers feels compelled to leap to the defense of his restaurant-juggling friends is, I suppose, commendable, but his overreaction is bleedingly obvious. If anyone is really interested in what the perfect bread is for a gyro, simply drop by Stratos on Northwest Highway.
Haha, the hilariousness of the ambrosia comment was to subtle. I will restate:
"This guy sounds like an asshole who would sit in a busy restaurant full of happy people eating great food and bitch about something small because that is his nature."
I think you missed the part where I said "sounds like".
You can make up all the scenarios you wish, as conjecture is such fun to play! However, I didn't notice that the reviewer mentioned that The Greek was busy at his review times nor that anyone seemed happy. Instead, I do note that you not only called the reviewer as "asshole" but also compared him to ungrateful scorpion. I'm getting the uncomfortable sensation that you may be one of Rupert Murdock's minions who find great sport in personal assaults and smears against those who displease you.
And please also know that I'm actually a fan and customer of the Uptown Ziziki's. Really good food, great service and lots of happy, smiling customers. Asking for a hat trick seems over-anxious.
Am I being "to" subtle?