Reviews on Mediterranean food in Monrovia, California, United States. Monrovia is a city located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 36,590 at the 2010 census, down from 36,929 in 2000. Monrovia has been used for filming TV shows, movies and commercials.
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4 based on 28 reviews
Nice atmosphere with indoor or outdoor seating. The menu has appetizers, salads, kabobs, shawarma, etc. Our waiter was very friendly. The hummus and baba ghanouj appetizers were creamy and delicious. Pita bread was fresh. The beef kabobs were filet mignon cooked to order on rice or sautÃ©ed spinach. The Greek salad with beef was huge with fresh lettuce, tasty dressing. Some of the best Mediterranean food weâve had.
3 based on 35 reviews
If we could eat here every day, we would, but we need to keep some good things in life as rare eats to help heal the bad days which get healed from eating Mundial's miracle cures. The vegetarian options are plentiful. Pastas cooled al dente, and the hummus bread is a nice touch, and service is superb. Quality food and service here. A+++
This place is a tiny "hole in the wall" in a small "strip mall", very convenient to the quiet residential neighborhood behind it. It is a favorite of locals who become "addicted" to the excellent quality of the meats and the friendly staff who get to know you even on the phone. The kabobs are fantastic! We call ahead to order and are never disappointed. :)
Nice appetizers here, like another reviewer I think I would simply go for those only and forget the entree next time. The falafel was excellent for example. However the entrees left a little to be desired, the lamb kebab for example was mildly spiced meat and rice on a plate with a single piece of zucchini and some tinned tomatoes for company. The meat was nice quality, but I've had far tastier in terms of the marinade and the portions are nothing to write home about. Service was a little inattentive, plates were left on the table too long, and dessert was brought without a fork, perhaps the baklava was supposed to be eaten with fingers (which we did) but if so, an accompanying napkin would have been nice.
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