A decent Mediterranean food at a good value, especially for Santa Fe!
The outside entrance is not very welcoming, like a strip mall with darkened windows. We've passed by before and could not tell it was open. But, the inside is surprisingly nice and large loft-like space with high ceilings and some interesting artwork.
As others have Yelped, it does sort of remind me of higher-end food-court experience but with better artwork and furnishings. And while we've had better Mediterranean food, overall it was pretty good...
* Hummus - respectable flavor and texture.
* Tabbouleh - a bit dry, but as a side-salad is was OK.
* Dolmas - again a bit dry and basic, but they worked.
* Green Salad - basic, but fresh and a large portion.
* Egyptian Falafel - due to use Fava beans, it was very different from traditional chick pea Falafal. I liked it, but my partner wasn't so keen on the flavor.
* Chicken meat - not our favorite. It was stewed in a very odd tangy sauce (should have listened to the order taker at the counter who was also not a fan.)
* Gyros - meat was VERY good (and cut off the spit), but the sandwich was short on Tzatziki sauce and super skimpy on tomatoes. We would have asked for more, but at that moment of discovery the counter was swamped customers waiting to order. Other than that, it was a good plate of food.
Overall, if you're looking for good value Mediterranean food, we would recommend Cleopatra Cafe (especially if you're headed to the movies.)
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