Ordered crab cake dinner & classic burger.
Cleaned place, friendly staff and not very busy.
Good place for anytime lunch or dinner.
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First time to visit this location. Went during lunch hour. Tables were clean and neat, courteous servers. Ordered the chicken spinach sandwich with fries and iced tea.
I had eaten at Cajun Greek many times 20+ years ago and the food was great and a great value. Well, times have changed. We went last week and weren't really impressed.
13 dollars for a Gyro and 25 dollars for 8 smallish shrimp. The food was average at best.
The claim to fame is that this is where the locals eat. That might have been true 25 years ago but I struggle to believe the locals woul let someone rip them off like this.
I don't think we will be back.
The nondescript 61st St. location hides a classic Gulf Coast menu. Great Texas take on a classic LA Poboy! The bread is not the classic crusty French of NOLA, but it is butter toasted (a la Texas toast) to crispy perfection! The combo (perfectly fried oyster/grilled shrimp, for me) was beautifully presented, open face style, dressed minimally. And the fries... OMG, among the best I’ve ever tasted! A light delicate crust, soft & flavorful inside! All of this plus a great dinner seafood and Greek menu! Overall, a great local spot!
Came a little later than lunch crowd. The place wasn't crowded. We had the Po boy lunch special and Shrimp Diablo. Both were very good. Service was good (Darius) and friendly. Would recommend to any out of town visitors.