Thursday, February 21, 2008

Restaurant Review : Rumors


Ever been to Rumors on Monroe Street in Toledo? If you are hungry and in the mood for Greek/Mediterranean cuisine, you should hit up this place (right next to Pier One, across from Outback Steakhouse). You get a colossal amount of really good food. Honestly, I ate dinner and have enough left for two more meals. They also have other options like cheeseburgers and fries, fish, sandwiches, soups; not just ethnic foods.

Best items: hommus, gyro meat
Don't care about: Greek salad, fries

7 comments:

Hurley said...

Sounds plebian, what are their drink specials?

t.w.i.t. said...

Greek salad: don't care for in general, or don't care for their version? Just curious, as garlic dressing + feta cheese = nectar of the (Greek) gods. (In my ever so humble opinion.)

Iris Took said...

I love Greek salads when they are done well. My sister and cousins love the Greek salad at Rumors, but to me iceberg lettuce does not cut it in a greek. Also, the dressing was way too lemony for me.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the perch sandwich quite a bit. I just wish I didn't have a migrane and got to enjoy it to its fullest. I do want to back you up when you say your cousins enjoyed the greek salad! It was pretty good. They even have a cute compartment for the kalamata (SP?) olives! Good fresh cucumbers and tomatoes, and best of all... LOTS OF FETA!

Smokey

Dr. Turtle said...

you've found one of my favorite little spots!!!

I always get the small fattoush salad (which is enough to feed about 6 people...the small!) and then chicken with hommous (again, way more than I could dream of finishing off in one, or two, sitttings).

Mmmmmmm.....really, I want it...now...

TLC said...

OK now i'm hungry! and i want fattoush, greek salads, hommous and pita bread.

that place really is good. i haven't been in several years.

also good: The Grapeleaf Diner on McCord and Al Saher (also on McCord).

Anonymous said...

rumors is awesome! they have great spinach pie too.