I love this place. Went in for pita and came out with pita and two sandwiches. Very reasonably priced and so very good. I haven't tried the baklava yet. That's happening next trip!
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We love their sandwiches and wraps. We also love shopping there for brick chocolate, olive oil, olives, tabouli, pomegranate syrup, etc. Always pick up something new to try.
I love baked goods but unfortunately, I have not cared for the baked. goods. I think possibly that one might have to acquire a taste for the baked goods they have. I love butter in baked goods and I do not believe they use butter.
We had been looking for a place lie this to buy ingredients you do not find on a regular market, and we are happy we found one. It is a little far from where we live but it is worth the drive. They have reasonable...More
The gyros were great, and the bread was fabulous. Light and thin, rather than thick and doughy like some places. We had a Baklava, too, and it was very fresh. The bakery case was filled with treats that we barely resisted. This location is mainly...More
A good place for mid-eastern groceries, prepared foods, sandwiches and hard to find items. Great Hummus, good pita bread and olives as well. I often go for the shwarma or gyro pita sandwich, which are good but not great.
Phoenicia deli has great Mediterranean food. I usually get a chicken pita for lunch and get fresh made pita bread, humus and tabouli salad to take home for dinner.
Gyros were great, flavour and serving size were excellent. Good market with a nice variety of hard to find and unusual items. Downside is its not really a restaurant. There is a small space for you to sit and eat.
This Middle Eastern grocery store has a wonderful deli and bakery. I always get a turkey or chicken sandwich there. The sandwiches come on a crusty baguette and I get it with everything - mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato and cheese. My mouth is watering as...More
Nice little deli and grocery. It's a small, crowded, eclectic place, lots of variety of canned and frozen foods. Fresh made pitas of both flour and whole wheat. Lots of olives. The gyros are very tasty, as well as the homemade soups. The baklava is...More