Longing for a taste of the Mediterranean? This restaurant has everything you may want, except for the beaches and the sea. Come for the wonderful ... More
Longing for a taste of the Mediterranean? This restaurant has everything you may want, except for the beaches and the sea. Come for the wonderful flavors of the Mediterranean region. You will find a healthy variety of foods from olive oils to bread. The owners offer both sandwiches and hot entrees prepared specially the way you prefer. The veggie sampler is popular among vegetarians and for the meat eaters, try the Chicken Souvlaki . No liquor is served here.
I, and a friend of mine have only briefly visited the med. region, but find that the food, atmosphere, and service brings us back to the countries that we visited... Maybe not a place for Purely Turkish, Bulgarian, or Greek orthadox customers, but a GREAT place to eat for those of us who wish to remember the old countries, even IF it's not quite the way 'Grandma' cooked it...
A great experience, and good place to take a date, in MY oppinion.
Hi, I am Turkish( born and raised) and the food was horrible. Such places know that they can get away with bad food since not many people in the US know the real taste of mediterranean or middle eastern food. If you are from the middle east or the mediterranean, do not be fooled by this place. I had the privilege to travel around the middle east and ate kabobs, gyro (shevirma, doner) and so forth from different countires in the middle east, I am sorry to say it but this place does not qualify as a mediterranean restaurant. I had Iskender (they spelled it differently), they don't even know what that stands for and how it is properly made. What I got was something close to what we call Beyti in Turkey, not Iskender. The kabobs were like rubber, tasted more like hotdog meat, drowned in sauce. I guess it tastes different and good when you are not aware of the true taste of kabob. Anyway, this review is for people who do appreciate and know the real taste of middle eastern food. Maglesaf boktan bir lokanta, Turkluk falan hikaye, ne Turk var ne lezzet, paranizi harcamayin arkadaslar.
I love the quaint atmosphere and friendly service. If you haven't tried Cafe Med you should. All Mediterainian meals are offered. You can get a Gyro, Hummus, pita, salads and even a beer! One of my favorites is the Curry Vegtables over pasta. You won't be disappointed!
The setting of our first date, so it has a special meaning to me, but the food is great as well. I recommend the Kabob Barg...the beef is so tender it melts in your mouth...and the Chicken Polenta, when they have it, is incredible. The people are friendly, and the service is excellent. They also have bellydancing on the last Thursday of the month. A casual, fun place to eat. Check it out!
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