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“Immaculate cafe, superior food.”
Review of Cafe Greek

Cafe Greek
Ranked #1,234 of 4,163 Restaurants in Dallas
Price range: US$ 9 - US$ 16
Cuisines: Greek
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: SW corner of Hwy 635 and Preston
Description: Taza Grill is family owned and operated, we serve a lunch buffet from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, closed on Sunday. We have menu service all day, our menu listing are appetizers, salads, and main entrees platers, lamb and beef kabob, Kofta kabobs, and Chicken Souvlaki. We also serve vegetarian meals, hummus, baba Ghanoug, and the best Falafel in Dallas made from scratch.
Reviewed 25 May 2012

We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of this cute cafe in a north Dallas strip mall. Excellent variety ranging from dozens of fresh-made Greek salad, hummos and dips to Greek chicken, unlimited gyros, roasted potatoes, pastitsio and fresh-baked pita. Even the desserts were top of the line. Reasonably priced, plenty of seating, beautiful decor, speedy service with drinks and water. Can't wait to go back!

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Thank Marcy M
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Reviewed 8 February 2012

I was skeptical as the place was empty. But figured I would give it a try. Was a good choice. Food was very good as was service and very reasonably priced.

Thank Frank C
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Reviewed 26 July 2011

This is the best greek buffet i have ever found. wide variety that changes daily but always carries the classics like gyro and hummus. 10 bucks for a super fresh feast and it includes dessert!

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Thank Molly B
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Reviewed 24 December 2009

Nice, varied buffet is available for lunch ($9.95) or dinner ($11.95). Two soups, salad, garnishes (hummus), 4-6 dishes (some veg), 3 desserts, and freshly baked pita (cooked in the flame-fired brick oven).

We thoroughly enjoyed the buffet as it offered a wide variety of flavors. The soups (lentil and tomato) were wonderful. The salad is fresh romaine, radichio/cabbage, tomato wedges, kalamata olives and numerous garnishes (feta, tzaziki, cucumber, hummus, and at least a half dozen other items I don't know the names of). The main dishes included dolmas (good), gyros (ok+) strips, baked chicken (didnt' try), an eggplant-wrapped ground beef roll (good), and one other dish I didn't have room to try (looked like halves of stuffed cabbage rolls.

A few suggestions: 1. label the items on the buffet! I asked our waiter what an item was and he didn't know. 2. Include sliced onions on the buffet. 3. The gyros strips are served in a water bath, which keeps them nicely warm and moist, but I miss that slight crunch/texture from a truly roasted gyros. 4. Cut some of the pitas in half for those of us who want just a bit more. These pitas are good - similar to naan - and probably more authentic than the mass-marketed pitas you get elsewhere. They have oil on them, but the olive oil on the buffet is very good. 5. Maybe put a bowl of sliced tomatos in the salad area. Of course, it was no problem to snitch them from the salad tray and they did look good amongst the green lettuce and black olives.

There is a menu option, but few guests at the Monday lunchtime we were there ordered from it. Items on the menu largely duplicate the buffet items. Price examples = Gyros or Falafel or Kafta Kabob and salad = $6.95. Only items over $10 were dinner time Souvlaki (chicken/lab/beef kafta).

No beer or wine available. BYOB? Nice interior. We will definitley be eating here again when in the area.

Directly across the parking lot is Opa Grill, which has a wider variety of dishes (I went in for a menu) but no buffet - I haven't eaten here so I can't do a comparison.

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Thank CenTexan
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