Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Fairfield. Fairfield is an affluent town located in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It borders the towns of Bridgeport, Trumbull, Easton, Weston, and Westport along the Gold Coast of Connecticut. As of the 2010 census, the town had a population of 59,404. In July 2006, Money magazine ranked Fairfield the ninth-best place to live in the United States, and the best place to live in the Northeast.
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Stopped in for a quick lunch after reading all the positive reviews online. The food is delicious. All really fresh and wonderful. I had a salad bowl with falafel- really good. You get the choice of any and all toppings which turns out to be a ton of food. Staff was super friendly and had a chance to talk to one of the owners. Really kind people who care about their food and customers. Also a big fan of how much they recycle! Definitely check this place out and support them. Canât wait to go back!
4 based on 23 reviews
We ere hoping to find a restaurant that was a little off the beaten path with interesting cuisine. And we were delighted to find Bereket. It is an immaculate and quiet restaurant offering a wide variety of Turkish dishes. We liked the tile floors, and the peaceful atmosphere. Our server was right there when we needed anything and very nice.We each had very nice falafel dishes, and as it was a first visit I can not comment on the other entrees, but when it came to dessert and coffee! Oh my gosh, it was wonderful! I have eaten falafel in many places, and even prepared it myself, but I have never had any that was as good as this home made item. And the coffee was exceptional. It was called American coffee, but it was , I believe, a mixture of American and Turkish coffee as it was not quite as thick as the traditional Turkish coffees that I have tried, but thick without becoming muddy, with a wonderful flavor and great in the big cup.I can not wait to return to try other dishes, and of course, to have the Baklava and coffee.A big cup of thick delicious coffee, and the absolute best Baklava imaginable.
4 based on 98 reviews
55 Wine Bar and Wood Grille serves modern American cuisine with a Mediterranean flare.
We had a very lovely lunch on a Sunday afternoon. They offer a prix fixed menu for $19(combination menu of lunch and brunch items). I started with the Local Market Salad- lovely presentation and very fresh. For my main course I had the Grilled Chicken Sandwich(with roasted peppers, goat cheese, pesto, warm baquette). My husband started with the Mac & Cheese(good size portion and very creamy). For his main course he had the Wood-grilled Salmon- with vegetables and baby potatoes. We both enjoyed all our food- everything was very freshly prepared and tasty. In addition we had very attentive service. We look forward to eating here again.
4 based on 49 reviews
Had lunch here with husband who frequents the Stamford location. The food was scrumptious, full of flavor and very fresh! I loved the falafels, baba ganoush and hummus and the baklava was the best I've ever had! My husband enjoyed grilled meat platter with mujadara and salad.
4 based on 161 reviews
With a fresh, sustainable menu from Restaurateur Antonio Ninivaggi and Chef Vincenzo Abbattista, Totoâ Mediterranean restaurant is not your average pan-Mediterranean bistro. Simple and classic Mediterranean dishes, with a special focus on organic products
The food was average to good but the service was very slow, a disappointing dinner. It could be better if the staff were more professional.Hi there,Sorry to know you didnât fully enjoyed dinner.It s not common to have a complaint about TotÃ² staff professionalism and im wondering if you could share the date of your visit.It is one thing to have a slow service, being unprofessional is a little different and that concerns me.Would u be so kind!?U can email me at [email protected] youAntonio
4 based on 324 reviews
Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant is a warm and welcoming tapas bar inspired by the culture of Spain. The ever-changing menu is focused on clean flavors, seasonal ingredients, specialties from Spain and the Mediterranean, and rustic small plate presentation
Had drinks and dinner on a Friday night. Had no idea a reservation would not be required but does come in handy. The bar atmosphere was buzzing and the cocktails were freshly made and garnished. A musician was on hand within an hour of us being hereWe then had dinner ordering tapas and cheese plates. These items we were surprisingly quite filling. Bartenders, servers and hosts were friendly and professional.Looking forward to a return visit especially in warmer weather for their outdoor dining as well as try other types of tapas and menu items.
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