Nick's is a genuine little Greek diner. The food is all very good but the Spanakopita is some of the best I've ever tasted.
We had meat-filled gyros, vegetarian gyros, and hamburgers. Service was friendly, food was good, value was great. The burgers were pretty standard fast-casual grilled fare. The gyros were better than average. The chicken gyro was especially good.
Burger and gyro are good. Hole in the wall but clean and good foodL Looks like an old-timey drive-in. Not expensive and just plain good. We go every time we are in Asheville.
Perfect spot for the most casual burger place around. The outside seating is pretty cool and their burgers are the most basic in the best way possible. If you want a mountain of fries and a thick juicy burgers, this is it. Quick friendly service and the food is consistent. My favorite burger spot because it's exactly what a burger... 更多
I'll admit, this isn't a "pretty" place, but my husband and I were in Asheville for some groceries and just wanted a snack. We stopped in Nick's, and I'm glad we did. We'd certainly come back if we were on this side of town. My husband had the burger and a beer, and I had a lamb gyro and a... 更多
the lamg gyros might have been the worse sandwich I've ever eaten. The 'lamb' was some kind of pressed meat that tasted like cardboard. The french fries were right out of the frozen bag. The sasue, I think it was supposed to be tzatiki, was so watery as to be dripping off the sandwich. My stomach hurt after eating it.
For anyone visiting Asheville, I recommend NOT eating downtown. For the most part, the shops in town are targeted to the tourist. Do yourself a favor and check the spots the locals frequent. The food is better, less expensive, and will give you more a feel of the "real" Asheville. Nick's is probably 5 miles from downtown, just past Beaver... 更多