2701 S I H 35, Round Rock, TX | Directions 7868130.482449 -97.673761
Tue-Fri 11am-2pm, 5pm-9:30pm
Good food and good service – To my recollection, Zorba is the only Greek restaurant in south Austin. The food is flavorful and the selection is pretty decent (hopefully they will add more exotic dishes with meats like tongue or liver) One thing that I really appreciate is that they serve hot tea with milk, not many places around do that these days. the staff in prompt and helpful as well, I plan on going here again in the future and would recommend it to others.
Good food, good price. – Zorba has pretty good food. In the lunchs you could enjoy different combinations and in the afternoon you could order food from a consolidated menu. Food is good and if you like greek it is a good place to go.
Once A Week For Sure!! – I am a fan of greek food...I like this place and have been going to this place for 2 years. I like everything on their menu from soups, salads to desert. Food is always fresh, tasty and serving size is enough to eat twice...
Favorite Greek Place! 4.5 stars if it were possible – I looooove this place. Consistently great food. I've never had anything bad here. The chicken can be a bit dry sometimes, but the gyro and hummus and falafel are always great. Even the salad and soup are enough to make me go back again and again! My friends and I have been going for over 6 years, and it's always the top of our list.
Horrible atmosphere, ok food – Just moved here and thought we'd check this place out since we love gyros. Waitress took forever to take our order, high chair for our daughter was filthy. The atmosphere is awful as well. Will keep searching for a decent Greek restaurant. This is not worth it, as it is also not cheap at all.
Hands down the best Greek Food in Austin! – I have been to Zorba so many times, both for lunch and dinner and the food is always great!...delicious, hot simply too good.....HOWEVER there is only one thing abt this place...for dinner the entree prices here at almost 15$....n the ambience is seriously not for a 15$ dish...If they are charging 15$ entree I would have expected decor etc....so for a dinner for 2...be prepared to shell 35$.
Great food, not the best atmosphere – Excellent greek food with large portions. The service is generally very quick, but if they get a rush of customers their wait staff tends to be on the thin side. For some reason I always notice that the pita bread is always really HOT. The pastichio is amazing...I just wish they would change up their menu a little bit. They have some entrees listed that I just would never order.
I took off a star because it isn't a good date place. The decor is pretty tacky and the tables/chairs are worn down. I can look past that, but it isn't a place to take someone you may want to impress.
Popular with locals and the lunch hour crowd for fresh Mediterranean classics. – In the Home Depot shopping center, this casual Greek café adds a little ethnic flair of the non Tex-Mex variety to Round Rock. The menu features authentic flavors including a sampler appetizer platter with stuffed grape leaves (dolmas), spinach and phyllo pie (spanakopita), hummus and pita bread. The grilled meats are standouts, including the gyro plate sided by rice pilaf, creamy tzatziki sauce and fresh pita, chicken plate with spinach, and falafel plate with vegetarian-friendly sides. There's no lamb on the standard menu, but a slow-cooked beef stew provides for a break from sandwich platters. Finish with honey-soaked baklava.
"Their dolmas, tzatziki sauce, hummus and gyros are wonderful and they are consistently delicious!" (PBW, Citysearch user)
"Don't forget to bring a bottle of wine with you; Zoba's doesn't have a liquor license, but will be happy to provide wine glasses." (lonestarhikchik, Citysearch user)
"Aromatic and flavorful, each dish has it's own personality as well as a very inexpensive price (the median price for entrees are @$8)" (prentice, Citysearch user)
"The food was great everytime. But the thing that will keep me from going back is what happens consistently: poor service (not enough wait staff) and poor locale." (texasnurse, Citysearch user)
"Some new waitresses...were actually condescending when explaining menu items and "traditions..." (das_ding, Citysearch user)
Great Takeout Greek – My husband and I love this place for takeout but have never eaten in the restaurant. Their dolmas, tzatziki sauce, hummus and gyros are wonderful and they are consistently delicious!
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