Cajun Greek

★★★★★

About Cajun Greek

Categories
  • Restaurants
  • Greek Restaurants
  • Mediterranean Restaurants
Details
  • Carry Out
Hours
Monday: 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
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Greatest place we have found in the Brazosport area. Love the food, love the chef. Clean, friendly, great food, so different from teh burgers you can get everywhere else- although, if you want a really good burger, they have one! We love the tadziki sauce, the pitas, the stuffed grape leaves and the baklava. Try it if you haven't already been there!

5
★★★★★

Greatest place we have found in the Brazosport area. Love the food, love the chef. Clean, friendly, great food, so different from teh burgers you can get everywhere else- although, if you want a really good burger, they have one! We love the tadziki sauce, the pitas, the stuffed grape leaves and the baklava. Try it if you haven't already been there!

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THE BEST! I can't even begin to explain how much I appreciate this place. The food and service is great! The all you can eat lunch buffet is dangerous if you are on a diet!

5
★★★★★

THE BEST! I can't even begin to explain how much I appreciate this place. The food and service is great! The all you can eat lunch buffet is dangerous if you are on a diet!

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I love this place! Their tzatziki sauce is incredible as is everything else. What really surprised me was their burgers. I had a bacon cheeseburger that was huge, juicy, full of flavor, and perfectly cooked (not overdone like many other restaurants). I also suggest getting the Greek potatoes instead of fries. They are delicious. Definitely the best burger in the area, maybe the best I've ever had. Not to mention the people are great, and the prices are very reasonable.

5
★★★★★

I love this place! Their tzatziki sauce is incredible as is everything else. What really surprised me was their burgers. I had a bacon cheeseburger that was huge, juicy, full of flavor, and perfectly cooked (not overdone like many other restaurants). I also suggest getting the Greek potatoes instead of fries. They are delicious. Definitely the best burger in the area, maybe the best I've ever had. Not to mention the people are great, and the prices are very reasonable.

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Greek food at its best! This restaurant has a very large menu of dishes that are very unusual. For the person who wants something different, you can't beat The Cajun Greek.

5
★★★★★

Greek food at its best! This restaurant has a very large menu of dishes that are very unusual. For the person who wants something different, you can't beat The Cajun Greek.

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Chef John Karayeoryos has had 40 years of experience the culinary arts while traveling the world with both the Merchant Marines and the Greek Navy. during his travels he fell in love with the city of New Orleans where he continued his passion for the art of cooking. After leaving the crescent city he relocated here to Lake Jackson,after 12 years in the city chose to share his vast knowledge of the worlds finest delicacies.Unable to chose between his Greek heritage and his flair for the creole taste he and his wife (lucky for us)opened The Cajun Greek.That was over two years ago and john and his beautiful family know almost every customer by name.He remembered me on my second visit I was so impressed.Every time I go I (being from louisiana my self)Want crawfish.But John loves to show off his masterpeices like tonight when Chelsea and I went in for his beef and lamb gyro(better then any thing I ever had back in NYC)But John and his son Chris made us a cornicopia of little treats.Poor Stephanie our waitress must have been dreading bussing our table but she never let on she was swet as pie(or should I say Baklava which I got to go.)We stared off with the authentic Greek salad called Sallata Santirini in it was tomato wedges,cucumbr,bell pepper, onions, topped with feat cheese, Kalamata olives, extra vinrgin olive oil. Sprinkled with Greek oregano. After that we were full and thought that our meal was over we were wrong they then brought out Moussaka(wich I've never herd of before)it was Layered with potatoes,eggplant, seasoned ground beef, and bechamel sauce. We were so full Johny insisted that we take some home for the kids .So if you want to play stump the greek Chelse's fav game and you speek a foreign lang. go in and chalange the word master or if you have an important meeting coming up and want to learn a few key phrases to blow the clients away John will pull up a chair and talk the night away(as long as hes done in the kitchen)Wanna get the best seat in the house John will allways accept a gift of fine wine.Im kidding....or am I

5
★★★★★

Chef John Karayeoryos has had 40 years of experience the culinary arts while traveling the world with both the Merchant Marines and the Greek Navy. during his travels he fell in love with the city of New Orleans where he continued his passion for the art of cooking. After leaving the crescent city he relocated here to Lake Jackson,after 12 years in the city chose to share his vast knowledge of the worlds finest delicacies.Unable to chose between his Greek heritage and his flair for the creole taste he and his wife (lucky for us)opened The Cajun Greek.That was over two years ago and john and his beautiful family know almost every customer by name.He remembered me on my second visit I was so impressed.Every time I go I (being from louisiana my self)Want crawfish.But John loves to show off his masterpeices like tonight when Chelsea and I went in for his beef and lamb gyro(better then any thing I ever had back in NYC)But John and his son Chris made us a cornicopia of little treats.Poor Stephanie our waitress must have been dreading bussing our table but she never let on she was swet as pie(or should I say Baklava which I got to go.)We stared off with the authentic Greek salad called Sallata Santirini in it was tomato wedges,cucumbr,bell pepper, onions, topped with feat cheese, Kalamata olives, extra vinrgin olive oil. Sprinkled with Greek oregano. After that we were full and thought that our meal was over we were wrong they then brought out Moussaka(wich I've never herd of before)it was Layered with potatoes,eggplant, seasoned ground beef, and bechamel sauce. We were so full Johny insisted that we take some home for the kids .So if you want to play stump the greek Chelse's fav game and you speek a foreign lang. go in and chalange the word master or if you have an important meeting coming up and want to learn a few key phrases to blow the clients away John will pull up a chair and talk the night away(as long as hes done in the kitchen)Wanna get the best seat in the house John will allways accept a gift of fine wine.Im kidding....or am I

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