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If you want to enjoy a culinary journey through Greece without leaving home, several Mediterranean restaurants in Houston have you covered. They prepare both classic and modern recipes, and you're sure to discover a new favorite dish. When you're ready for an outstanding meal, the eateries offering takeout near our Houston apartments include:
When Peter, Sandra, and Donald Zabak decided to open a restaurant, Zabak's Mediterranean Cafe was born. The siblings grew up in their family's deli and now run the best Mediterranean cafe in Houston. The restaurant gains recognition from the Houston Chronicle and Travel & Leisure. Every dish is made from scratch, and there's always something new to try. Enjoy the Greek salad or the gyros with the baklava for dessert. Call the restaurant to place your pickup order.
Eleni Fetokakis was born in her father's Athens restaurant on Christmas Day. He taught her how to cook, and she later came to Houston with her husband and family. They opened Niko Niko's as a small stand and only made fifteen dollars the first day. But everything changed the following week when the restaurant was featured on Channel 11 and in local newspapers. Today, Niko Niko's serves the best Greek food in town. Offerings include Greek link sausage pitas, lavraki, and souvlaki sandwiches. Order for curbside pickup or convenient delivery.
Family owned and operated, Just GRK serves simple yet delicious food. The chefs use the finest, freshest ingredients and prepare recipes steeped in heritage and tradition. For dinner, try the chicken skewers, lamb gyros, or pork pita sandwiches with perfectly seasoned fries. Place your order online for pickup or delivery.
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