Plano >Food & Dining > Kosta's Cafe
4621 W Park Blvd Ste 100, Plano, TX | Directions 7509333.027049 -96.786985
Mon. - Sat. 11am - 4:30pm;Sun. CLOSED
great food,great price – I go there 3-4 times a month. Great food every time! prices are very reasonable and service is excellent. Best Dolma and crab claws!! I took a star off because the atmosphere is a bit boring except for Saturday nights when they have live performance.
Good Greek! – We're new to the Dallas area and I have been craving a gyro. So we did a search, wanting to avoid high end expensive and found this little restaurant in a strip center in Plano. We didn't find the "joint" we were looking for but we did find good basic Greek food. We had an appetizer of Dolmas which were the best we've ever had served warm. We are normally a fan of them cold. I had the Avgolemono soup with my gyro plate and was not disappointed. I was surprised to find the plate came with two side vegies of lemon flavored boiled potatoes and Italian cut green beans. The tzatziki sauce was thick and spreadable, the gyro meat seasoned perfectly and the pita warm and toasty. My fiance had the Greek combo plate and ate every bite! The spanakopita was served as cut from a casserole rather than individually made servings, this made for lest phillo crunchiness but the flavor was still as good. With one glass of wine and tea to drink our meals together totaled about $40 not counting tip. The atmosphere was pleasant, the waitstaff attentive and polite. My fiance's only complaint was in not finding Pastitsio on the menu. I think we will be going back! I definitely recommend it.
Delicious Greek Cuisine for a great price. – I had seen Kosta's while passing by one night and decided to give it a try. My boyfriend and I were seated promptly event hough there was a large party the waitstaff was attending to. We did not have to wait long for the waitress to come by and take our drink order and bring them to us. We ordered hummus for an appetizer and I had the Chicken Souvlaki and my boyfriend had the Beef stuffed Dolmas for our entrees. Each meal came with a choice of greek salad which was lighty dressed but tasty or Avgolemono Soup and two vegetables. The hummus here was surperb and served with warm pita bread. Our meals we were pleasently surprised with how great the taste was. We can not wait to go back and try more.
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