Reviews on Mediterranean food in South Salt Lake, Utah, United States. South Salt Lake is a city in Salt Lake County, Utah, United States and is part of the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 23,617 at the 2010 census.
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5 based on 34 reviews
On a bus trip and wanted Mediterranean. Did not disappoint. Lamb meatballs were awesome and the tabouleh. Tried the Lebanese wine for a first and it was awesome. Am a red wine drinker and loved the ksara cuvÃ©e de printemps but loved the white massaya Blanc better
4 based on 160 reviews
We've been to Mazza several times for lunch and dinner. Last night however, we were surprised and very disappointed with the 'Molo Khia" seasonal special. It is touted as a "hearty stew with chicken and mallow leaves." It was tasty, but there was almost no chicken in the serving. When we told the server that there were only a couple of tiny morsels of chicken in the stew, his response was, "that's the way it's supposed to be." For $24.00, this is not what we expect of Mazza. We have always enjoyed our meals there and we were disapointed by the skimpiness of the dish and the dismissive response of our server.
4 based on 53 reviews
Enjoyed a variety of traditional Med apps - hummus, baba g, grape leaves, tadziki, olives. As good as any in SLC, good prices and prompt, bubbly service. Atmosphere is a bit dated.
4 based on 100 reviews
Pull up a cushion, relax and prepare for a truly memorable evening. Cedars of Lebanon is the perfect place for a romantic evening out, fun with friends, family or celebrating any special occasion.
We love Mediterranean food and were looking forward to our first visit to Cedars of Lebanon. The ambiance is ok, music nice. Very relaxing and calm. The service was just this side of ok, but nothing more. Pretty cursory. Our meal was pretty disappointing, as the food was under seasoned and, frankly, nothing special. I doubt that we'll ever go there again.
4 based on 47 reviews
Mediterranean Street Food, Craft Beer, Sangria. Come and get it!
So we were SLCâs SugarHouse district and hungry, and besides, our teen kid and her buddies hang out here, so in we went. Funky, laid-back, rustic, huge timbered tables, mountain-lodge vibe all tucked into a mini-plaza across from a massive new seniors apartment complex. Great smile AND knowledgeable-about-the-menu greeting from the server-busser-cash register galâalways a good sign. Food concept described as Mediterranean Street Food with lots of beer options. The wrap is a Doner (mit umlaut over the âOâ), doner referring to a Turkish kebab. This doner resembles a massive stuffed burrito in shape and size, so I consumed half onsite, half at home the next day. Filled with hummus, kalamata olives, feta, romaine, cabbage, tomato, onion, green pepper, cucumber and tzatziki, oh my! My wife launched into The Doner Basket, featuring salad greens plus sweet potato waffle fries, tzatziki, feta, pepperoncinis, crispy garbanzo, olives, hummus and even a falafel ballâbut wait, thereâs more!âtomato, onion, green pepper and cucumber. The takeaway? Just about anything on the menu will serve two, and kudos to Spitz for its compostible AND recycleable take-out containers.
4 based on 37 reviews
Fresh bread, smoky good baba ganoush, warm falafel, lemony fatoush, and delicious beef shawarma. I am so glad that I found this place with lots of vegetarian options for my sister and meat options for me! We love to come here for lunch and it's great to come with the whole family for dinner too. The restaurant is clean, the service is fast and the food is delicious
4 based on 87 reviews
Manoli's is a small plates restaurant that reinterprets Greek cuisine to showcases fresh, local and seasonal products.
If you are wine lover this is the place to visit. The food has a beautiful texture and the staff are extremely patient in listening to our orders. The one thing that struck me was the attitude of the owner! He is constantly monitoring the quality of the food and makes sure it's top notch. A must visit if you're in the city.
4 based on 121 reviews
The meals were disappointing but the baba ghanouj with fresh pita, the stuffed grape leaves, the spinach encased in crust and the lamb sausage were the best! Veggie kabob wasn't marinated enough, vegies were hard, too large onion and base of green pepper.
4 based on 221 reviews
Spitz has pioneered an upscale quick-service restaurant concept that combines the food quality, ambiance and customer service typically found in upscale dining with the price and speed most often associated with fast food. This means that nearly everythin
First of all, the guy working the counter and the kitchen was exceptionally nice and was like Speedy Gonzales waiting on everyone by himself. Somebody did not show up. Luckily I came before the crowd. I came here because it was rated number one for Mediterranean food. Sounded amazing. I ordered the Berlin Doner. It was edible, but I did not like it. I got some taziki sauce to try to improve it. I usually love taziki sauce. Not good. Very young, hip place. Rap music played the whole time I was here. Make sure that's your thing. Menu is intruiging. Neat ideas. But I won't be trying anything else. I have never had Mediterranean food that I did not like before... Sorry to say
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