If your food arrives in more than five minutes, Sarkis' universe will implode. It's a nearly instantaneous process from the time that you order your food to your first bite. Don't think that with such rapid service, the food takes a back seat; for such a small eatery, Sarkis' food is positively ginormous in its tastiness.
Sarkis menu distinguishes itself in omelets and sandwiches alone. The "Disaster," which is anything but, includes peppers, tomatoes and onions with Armenian meat and cheese, all on French bread. With hash browns and a Coke, it will fill you up for the rest of the day for less than $5. Should you prefer bacon over the meat, try the "Loretta."
Since the actual sit-down area of Sarkis is tiny, you'll want to eat outside if the weather permits. Parking is more than ample at the free lot.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Jon Graef