Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Erie. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you.. Located in the very Northwest corner of Pennsylvania, Erie is the State's only Great Lakes port city. The Lake is the main attraction in Erie, with the sparkling water giving Erie its nickname, "Gem City." The nearby peninsula of Presque Isle State Park provides residents and visitors ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as sailing, swimming, hiking, and biking. The city is also part of the Snowbelt, famous for the winter wonderland created by the lake effect.
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5 based on 51 reviews
We stopped for lunch here today after my eye appointment. Wonderful coffee in beautiful little cups. We had flavorful wrap sandwiches with ingredients that were different than other restaurants Iâve been to. We also had a very good dessert made with semolina and coconut and sweetened with sugar, water, and lemon. The best thing was how nice the woman was there - I think she was the owner, cook, and wait staff! She was so warm and welcoming and seemed so happy that we loved the food. She told us what everything was. Iâm sure we will be back. Donât let the look of the front turn you away. Itâs great!
4 based on 129 reviews
Bistro 26 is a lovely, small restaurant with good food and a friendly, attentive wait staff. I had the fettuccine alfredo with shrimp and it was delicious. My friend had salmon and was very pleased with her meal also. We finished dinner off, splitting a sinfully delicious chocolate mousse cake. We were there around 5:30 and the place was just starting to fill up. Since it is on the small side, I'd recommend getting there early or having a reservation.
4 based on 51 reviews
ËAlkÉmÄ is a bright and airy Mediterranean styled cafe' located in Erie, Pennsylvania. We specialize in farm fresh whole foods. All of our dishes are created from scratch in house.
Made a reservation for four of us from my husbandâs family right before a show ..had heard many good things about this restaurant ...we get there and a table for four makes you stuck in the middle of a very small room with very little space ..OK I can deal with that as long as I get a great meal ...so my husband is lasagna fan so we decide to get the Bolognese lasagna ...first of all thatâs all we got we decided to split it because a side salad at this restaurant is $8.95 Ã la cart all right still letâs get lasagna...We get our lasagna and instead of pasta noodles it appears that they used something similar to pumpernickel bread in between the layers of meat and cheese ... result? a chewy unedible meal that we ended up sending back... waitress was extremely gracious asked me if I wanted anything else and so I said can I have a cuppa soup she comes back out and says well all Iâve got is a half a bowl left will buy then Iâm so frustrated with how this all turned out I said no go ahead and send that back also... The owner did apologize this we are going out the door but in result we ended up paying $14 for two glasses of wine and it was a very disappointing start to our evening...Patricia, I am very sorry for your experience that night compounded by the fact that we ran out of the Cream of Asparagus Soup and the alternative was not to your liking, I can understand your frustration. I can assure you that our lasagna is made with homemade noodles, not semolina store bought - but nonetheless should not have resembled bread. We served 7 lasagna pieces that evening without complaint and I suspect that you got a bad cut of the whole. I also would have liked to have been able to get you a new slice, I understand that you refused that option. I would like to invite you to get us a try again, perhaps on a night less hectic. We do appreciate your feedback and are very sorry that we did not meet your expectations.
4 based on 35 reviews
This is an attractive restaurant with decent food. The hostess was a bit pretentious though. My friend asked for feta cheese on her salad and was almost reprimanded that feta was not a Mediterranean cheese and had no place in a Mediterranean restaurant. Funny, feta has been a staple in all other Mediterranean restaurants I have ever visited and is listed as a Mediterranean cheese in Wikipedia. Anyway, stuffy staff aside, the food was good. The falafal great. We will go back.
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