Good basic safe toned down Greek / Mediterranean cuisine served up in a fast casual atmosphere.I ordered the Moussaka: at this establishment you get two very thin layers of what looked like shredded eggplant, flavorful thick meat layer of ground beef, with a thick layer of béchamel for the topping. You get a generous portion of a light Greek-ish salad with it.The flavor was decent: ideally it needed more eggplant, less meat, and a little touch more Greek spices / flavor.
My husband and I went to Shiraz last night (Saturday 1/6/18) for date night. We showed up at 8:30pm and decided to sit at their bar which was completely empty. We sat for about 15 minutes before walking out. No one smiled at us, no greetings, no menus, nothing. There were 4 servers standing to the left of us and the manager came over to get water directly in front of where we were sitting and didn't look up once. We are very patient and don't mind waiting, but when we don't even get an acknowledgement after 15 minutes of sitting down at an empty bar, it is very discouraging.
Ordered the sampler platter and got a ton of food: kebabs, gyros, lamb chop, lamb, chicken, beef and more. All delicious with perfectly grilled meats.My only complaint: way too much salt in the Adana and the gyros. And I'm not afraid of salt. My fingers are going to swell up later.Service is still sketchy: still too new to find their groove I'll assume.THIS PLACE IS BYOB!!
It’s a pricy place. The food was good, but the portions were too small for the high prices. Small cup of white rice was $5.00.
So this is a build-your-own sandwich / bowl kind of place: nice selection at the salad bar for toppings but I know it's not a thing for some diners.Falafel: under-flavored if you are an ethic foods seeker. I have it in a bowl for the toppings I added helped with the flavor but they are bland with a hint of black pepper.Shawarma: lamb was nicely cooked but the again kind of tame in the flavor department. I had this as a small sandwich: pita is on the thick side about the thickness of thin toast bread.Fries: well, they are fries. Nice mayo and curried ketchup dipping sauces.Overall it's ok: if you're going to be in the area already and all the other dining spots around are packed come here. Just don't make a special trip.
Referring to the location on Beltline & Tollway. It's quite nice. A good place for lunch if you're on a schedule. The food is good although I'm sure the chicken is processed. That's my only diss. For a $10 lunch it's almost exceptional.
My first time at any of these Zoe Kitchens: very nice, bright, food is made to order after you order and pay at the counter, and in not too long a time it all shows up.I ordered the hummus trio as my starter: showed up with my entree. GGRRR!!! Nice trifecta of hummus flavors, kind of bland for my taste, but pleasant.The Beef Kabobs were decent: two hefty skewers, grilled veggies and course "mashed" potatoes. The beef had a lamb chewiness to them (fine if it was lamb, but not for beef), grilled veggies were nice, and the potatoes were tasty.Overall nice place.
I fell in love with this place on the first day and with the service and it's staff, I have never felt neglected keep up the good work.
Soft music, great service, flavorful hot meals that dances on the palette indicative of Turkish cuisine. perfect for date night or friends enjoying the evening. Being from Seattle, this place scored high on my taste buds.
Worst customer service I have ever received. And the drinks are super over priced. I was there with a party of 10. 2 hrs after we were there they asked us to leave so they can use the spot. My party was spending money on food and drinks the whole time. So if I'm spending money with you don't ask me to leave. Food was subpar at best, and waiter acted like he didn't want to help us. This place needs to really evaluate their people and prices. I understand there is not a lot of Greek places around Dallas but that doesn't mean your service has to be SO bad.