This is a hidden gem. I loved the food and the tea was soo good that my husband took me back to ask what kind it was and they sold us a box.
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Hidden away under the Persian dishes are three platters - vegetarian, meat and meat/seafood. We tried the meat platter and for $20 per person had (in addition to the complementary hummus, pita bread and salad appetizer) an appetizer with 2 shrimp and a large serving...More
Had dinner here last week, very difficult place to review, so I broke it down into segments: The good: the crab dip was awesome, one of the best I've had. The chicken Parmesan my girlfriend ordered was very tasty. My lamb kabobs were also very...More
Oh my God, I said, "Where is it? It's not there anymore." Turns out it moved from downtown (if Charles Town really has a "downtown") to the Rodeway Inn near the racetrack and casino. But the food and ambiance are as good as they were....More
I wish I could give it a 6. We're on vacation from Chicago and this was a great meal. It's a very full menu and all meals were excellent. Great service comes with the great food. A great surprise in Charles Town. Highly recommend.
Outdoor sign reads fresh Sea Food but the only Sea Food was Fish and Chips. Long John Silver has better tasteing fish. Don't believe the menu on line it's not even close. Live and learn but never again.
Our family has a wide range of dietary preferences and restrictions. At the Mediterranean Cafe there really is something for everyone, including my vegan daughter. Even better than that the food is absolutely delicious! We ate here 3 times during our week long stay. Excellent...More
The Meditteranean Cafe was a nice find, a bit eclectic feeling, great food, appetizer was awesome, and they serve wine which is nice.
Looking for a quick place to get carry out and wasn't disappointed!!! Ordered a lamb sandwich and falafel....Very good!! Lamb was tender and juicy and falafel was awesome!!! Little humus spread on the side was perfect too. Definitely would come back.....
Recommended by locals, we enjoyed flavorful dinners and an acoustical guitar "concert" that complimented the delicious meals. Don't miss this little eclectic cafe!