Last week, my family and I celebrated my dad’s birthday at Karl’s Cabin in Plymouth. I had been to Karl’s Cabin several times in the past, but it took me a while to finally blog about it. Karl’s Cabin serves classic American food with a slight Greek twist, which includes saganaki (OPA!), gyro, and spinach pie.
I ordered the chicken gyro with a side of waffle fries. The sandwich was simple, but good. Their tzatziki sauce is very good and not too garlicy. One of Dave’s favorites is the lamb gyro. The waffle fries are excellent. They kind of taste like seasoned curly fries from a diner, but in waffle fry form.
Dave ordered the Italian Hoagie which is available with Italian sausage or meatballs, peppers & onions, marinara sauce & melted mozzarella on a hoagie bun. He also ordered waffle fries with it. Dave liked his sandwich very much. Dave often eats lunch at Karl’s Cabin and one of his most favorite items to order is actually a special, the chicken salad sandwich served on a pretzel roll. I’ve had it before and it’s very good.
Look out if you’re a vegetarian though. The ONLY thing on the entire menu that doesn’t contain meat is the Greek salad. Though you could order the majority of the salads without meat.