1305 NASA Rd 1, Houston, TX | Directions 7705829.547803 -95.100754
Neighborhoods: Nassau Bay
Awesome date place. – I've been to this restaurant twice. Both times the food was delicious with robust flavor. The waitstaff was very courteous and even answered my questions about some of the menu items. The atmosphere was very romantic, as there was good mood lighting and the tables were clean and set with pride. The price was a little higher than my normal dining places, but then again it was far from the most expensive place I've been. Not only would I recommend this for other people, but I'll be returning for sure!
Eh. – I tried this place for the first time. I had the absolutele worst service. It took ten minutes to get our drink orders, another ten minutes to order, and ten minutes to get our check and a to-go box. Our waiter was completely apathetic. My friend asked several questions about the type of food and our waiter was not helpful at all. The food seemed fine but I'm not an avid Greek food eater so it was all relative.
Great people, great food – I absolutely love this place. I wouldn't suggest it to anyone who is into expensive dining and superficial service. This is more of the place you go with a couple of friends to enjoy real people and great food. The staff is great. On one of the first of many visits I've made there they'd run out of dark soda, but the waiter saw my disappointment and found a way to get me a bottle of pepsi. I totally fell in love with the people, food, and atmosphere. I've been going and dragging my friends (who now also love the place) with me ever since.
When I moved to San Antonio it took me a long time to find another Greek restaurant to frequent, and though I fell in love with Mina and Dimi's (GO GO GO if you ever find yourself in San Antonio), I'm extremely happy to be back to my Mediterranean Chef.
I don't consider the food to be too pricey. I've never left feeling cheated, and I'm a fairly hard to please gal.
Terrible – The food was decent. Their Tabouli reminded me of pico de gallo -cilantro and peppers +parsley. My falaffel was burned slightly and my meat tasted kinda funny and the baklava was cold. Prices were high, although that is indicative of "Mediterranean" cuisine (why a kebob at a Greek restaurant is $10 and a kebob at a Mexican restaurant is $8 I'll never understand). Not to mention the staff was congregating outside of the kitchen, fraternizing, saying "please don't stop, please don't stop..." to cars who slowed down in front of the restaurant which made my girlfriend and I quite uncomfortable/unwelcome.
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