Its very good food. Tasty and clean and reasonably priced. The lamb shanks are just very delicious and the drink is included in the price as well.
This is a buffet. If you like Mediterranean buffet type food it may be the place for you. We just were not impressed with the selections nor with the flavors. It seemed to be totally self serve when we visited. We had to get our own flatware and drinks and told to just sit anywhere. There did not seem to... 更多
Ate here, in part, based on the tripadvisor reviews. I would say that the food was good. Some things, such as the lamb shank, were excellent, well-prepared. Some things, pita, lentil soup, basmati rice, and eggplant were certainly edible, but just that, edible -- either bland, over-cooked, or just meh. Chicken dry. Tilapia had nice flavor but was overcooked. Gyro... 更多
I had heard of Dimassi's for a long time from an incredible cook-friend. The hummus, dolmas, babaganuche, hot pits bread were terrific. They had various entrées and lots of vegetables and fresh salads plus delicious soups. I had the lentil soup. The lamb seemed too salty for me. My husband and I loved trying a bite of many of their... 更多
This is my favorite restaurant in the world! I jump at the chance to eat here when in Austin. My latest visit yesterday was just as good as the first time I visited awhile back. The buffet items stay the same and all dishes are marked with the ingredients. The fire oven pita bread is simply the best!
Great food and great value!! I will be returning every time I go to Austin.....I went to the one near The Woodlands when I went there. This is the same food at a great price.
I'd heard about this place from a friend who knows we like to try Persian/Mediterranean food. There is an abundance of food but all wasn't as it should be. The cauliflower was way over cooked as was the okra but the gyro meat and the curry chicken were very good. The lamb, while very tender, didn't have much flavor. The... 更多