Anytime there is lamb on the menu, I have to try it! It was served hot and tender in a warm pita with plenty of lettuce and tomatoes and tzatziki. There was a nice side salad that accompanied it.
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This was the first restaurant on this street to take advantage of sidewalk seating. As I look now every place on this block is doing the same. Thisvwas timeless and refreshing, in mybopinion the reason for the revitalization of downtown and the restaurant scene. They...More
The title says it all! We had baba ganush, olive tapenade and a lamb gyro. All were delicous, fresh and flavorful, exactly what we had hoped for. The sangria was good and there are several tables outside so that we could sit with our dog....More
we were very impressed with this restaurant! The food was just outstanding, the right amount and the flavor was fantastic! We have lived in Detroit and San Paulo, Brazil where the 2 largest Lebanese populations and have tried a lot of these dishes! The sangria...More
Strolled round the centre looking for food, very glad I stopped here. Efficient service, fabulous tapenade, soft warm pitta was yummy. The herb roasted lamb was excellent in a really great soft bread, lamb melting inside topped with yoghurt and onion garnish. A definite recommend....More
Just went to have a greek salad. Service was okay. Greek salad was lacking, you have to like potato salad on your greek salad. I little sprinkle of feta cheese. Greens were not as fresh as they could have been had a few pieces on...More
This is a downtown lunch staple, for great salads and sandwiches. Their lamb is tasty and tender. I make a meal of the baba ganoush and hot pita.
Bottom Line: For light Mediterranean fare done right and quick, eat at Paninoteca. My wife and I ordered four small plates: tapenade, ceviche, lamb meatballs and tabouli. It was more than enough food to constitute two dinners. What's more, it was delicious. Admittedly and in...More