The Fort Bend Foodie 06/26/13
Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill
716 Hwy. 6 Sugar Land, TX 77479
Cuisine: Mediterranean Buffet
Price Range: $$, varies
Menu: It is almost overwhelming when you first walk in to see the huge selection of items. The menu is displayed on the wall just inside the entrance. If you need to study the menu at first, you end up blocking the way of other people coming in. I found the menu to be a little too limiting. The preference was to have sample portions of a lot more items, rather than a whole or half serving of fewer things.
Food: Colorfully garnished, fresh, enticingly presented, and lots of it! Each dish had it’s own distinct flavor. Everything tasted was good. Grab a basket of pita bread & chips first, then select cold side dishes and dips such as stuffed grape leaves, hummus dips, baba ganouch, and cucumber salad to name a few. Next, you hit 10 or 15 hot vegetarian dishes including the popular fried cauliflower. The main dish line up opens up an even bigger set of possibilities including beef Shawarma, lamb, chicken, salmon, filet mignon kabob, gyros, and twice that many more options. The dessert bar was small in comparison, but had a nice assortment of baklava and other flaky pastries, as well as custard and cookies.
Comments: If you like Mediterranean food, this is definitely the place to go. It offers the full spectrum of popular dishes and then some. The food is excellent, tasty, colorfully presented, and generously portioned. It’s a little pricey, but worth it. Didn’t quite understand the huge plate for the cold It took up a lot of room on your tray with very little on it. Everything else was individually plated, so it made for unnecessary plate juggling on your tray.
Overall Rating: 4 1/2 stars.
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