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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Mediterranean

Re: “Briar Mart

The selection of items is broad. Store is very clean and organized, and the owner(s) very friendly and customer oriented. I always have to have Baklava once I get to the register, the smell is heavenly.

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Posted by Ms.RP on 07/08/2010 at 9:52 AM

Re: “Noodles & Company

Haha! My name is Jaclyn Grossfield and I work in public relations at Noodles & Company. We think the same thing about our Web site, and we're actually in the process of rebuilding noodles.com now. Thank you for naming us 'Best Noodle Bowl' for the fourth year in a row. Again, I totally agree with you that, "nothing tastes better than hot, saucy noodles on a crappy day."

Jaclyn Grossfield
Social Media & Communications Specialist
Noodles & Company
jgrossfield@noodles.com

Posted by jgrossfield on 03/26/2010 at 9:01 AM

Re: “Noodles & Company

Love the mix and match option that is their menu. Lot's of food for a great price. Thumbs up for the good ol' American mac 'n' cheese and their Asian noodle dishes (in all their varieties).

Posted by july gal on 03/25/2010 at 2:36 PM

Re: “Pita Bella - Star Ranch Road

I was so happy when I heard that a Gyro place was opening up on our side of town; however, my happiness soon faded when I ordered my first taste of Pita Bella. There is nothing beautiful about the food as the name would have you believe. First off the food is not fresh but rather it is set up like a very sad version of a sub shop. The menu is extremely misleading as you cannot order any of the "gyro" sanwiches as platters. The platter that you do receive when you order consists of a few strips of meat with a pita and no vegetables. The sides are old and without seasonings that are discernible to even the best palate. Our sides consisted of dried out Tabouleh with cilantro and one shriveled tomato dice, hard rice with hard lentils, and a greek salad that looked like it had been sitting there all day! My suggestion, look elsewhere!

Posted by AprilG on 02/24/2010 at 6:56 PM

Re: “Taste of Jerusalem Café

I Love the Taste of Jerusalem,I eat there at least 4 times a month.The food is fresh and delicious each time I order.The ambiance is very nice and serene ,and the customer service is superb! I would recommend the food to anyone who likes middle eastern or vegetarian plates. Or even if you just want to try something new ,healthy fresh and good !

Posted by Joosy on 09/30/2009 at 3:18 PM

Re: “Heart of Jerusalem Café - Austin Bluffs

GO to Heart of Jerusalem cafe.com and read the the customers reviews.and you will understand why it is the best mediterranean food in Colorado Springs

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Posted by hakaroo on 06/03/2009 at 9:45 PM

Re: “Jake & Telly's Greek Taverna

Jake and Telly's has my vote for all around best patio. The fact that they have great, fresh food and awesome martinis is just gravy! Speaking of gravy, be sure to try their taziki, it rocks!

Posted by restless native on 05/27/2009 at 11:49 AM

Re: “Jake & Telly's Greek Taverna

Summer's here -- it's time to go to Jake & Telly's! Ask for a table on their patio. Fresh, flavorful, healthful food. Attentive service, great location!

Posted by july gal on 05/22/2009 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Tajine Alami

This is dinner and a show all in one... truly a place to 'make a night of it.' The food tastes like flowers smell (if that makes sense!)... great meat and veg options and a place to all order something different and share. A really unique place to take out-of-town guests, celebrate an anniversary or a promotion or just go on a date. Dare to try something you've never heard of... you won't be disappointed.

Posted by july gal on 04/09/2009 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Mediterranean Cafe

Mmm. Just thinking about Med Café makes me crave their food. I love the spanikopita--order it with the salad and dolma. You get to pick your salad from the salad bar. Or check their hand-written list for each day's specials.

Posted by downtownkake on 04/08/2009 at 8:29 PM

Re: “Mediterranean Cafe

If the Mediterranean Diet is like eating at Med Cafe, I could follow it. I rarely order off the menu (although every time I have, I've been pleased) but opt for the "salad by the pound". A scoop of baba ghanouj, a scoop of Greek salad, some red pepper hummus, a spoonful of kalamata olives and a soft, warm pita... it can be a different meal each time. Their soups are good too and they have a soup and salad special that's the perfect size for lunch.

Posted by july gal on 04/03/2009 at 9:47 AM

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