Sherefe is Turkish for CHEERS . Owner/Chef Mustafa Somar dreamed for many years of owning his own restaurant. Finally, on March 17, 2003, the dream ... More
Sherefe-A Mediterranean Grill
Sherefe is Turkish for CHEERS . Owner/Chef Mustafa Somar dreamed for many years of owning his own restaurant. Finally, on March 17, 2003, the dream became reality. Blending 30 years of hospitality experience with a genuine love of people and food, he opened Sherefe Mediterranean Grill. An authentic Turkish restaurant which also features Greek, Italian, seafood, vegetarian and vegan cuisines. Proudly serving Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Sooooo yummy. It looked so small and dingy on the outside that we kept putting off going there, but once you step inside it has a great ambiance and the food is incredible. My husband and I love the food here, it always tastes amazing and authentic. We always have great service there. I highly recommend, you won't regret it!
Hi I am not really writing a review because I have never been here. It sounds great but I have a question. I have been looking all over for a restaurant (greek) that makes chicken breast covered in a creamy white lemon flavor sauce. Maybe I am asking in the wrong place I had something once at a restaurant (greek) I went to while on vacation and would love to taste it again. If only I knew the recipe or somewhere that made something that sounds like I described it. Please someone reply or email me to let me know if they have a clue.....thank you!
Can I just say this is BY FAR my husband and my most favorite restaurant. We enjoy the small beautiful restaurant and fresh food. We go for almost any celebration and take all of our visiting friends and family to the Mediterranean Grill. The service is also excellent, we both would recommend this restaurant to anyone seeking excellent food and service!!
Yummy food with an original style. I eat only the vegetarian options here. Have been here twice. I can tell that they take great care in making their food. The flavors and freshness are obvious. Even the pita bread is fresh, warm, and soft.
This restaurant is small and has a family/neighborhood feel to it. It is more cozy than fancy. Service is fast and the manager (owner?) always checks on the patrons at some point.
My only critique is the baklava- it looks great, but is mediocre.
The restaurant is wonderful. We have found the food healthy, fresh and authentic. The prices are accordingly to the quality of their product. The owner and the staff members have been the nicest every time we have been with my husband. Family atmosphere and great middle east specialties.
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