Mediterranean Market & Grill

★★★★☆
  • 421 Mchenry Ave

    Modesto, CA 95354

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  • 209-576-7116

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quaint and cozy restaurant- great atmosphere :)
the danish pancakes were wonderful - a must order

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★★★★★

quaint and cozy restaurant- great atmosphere :)
the danish pancakes were wonderful - a must order

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The food was ok (very familiar to some Costco frozen specialties?). Atmosphere is comfortable. A very weird
political type of crowd. When I was there, a loud
political discussion was taking place between two
tables and the owner and a older gentleman (owner, manager, I don't know for sure).
I would say food, like religion and politics don't miss.
The lady next to us said she comes here all the time and it's normal. I can it Costco food at home without that!

1
★★☆☆☆

The food was ok (very familiar to some Costco frozen specialties?). Atmosphere is comfortable. A very weird
political type of crowd. When I was there, a loud
political discussion was taking place between two
tables and the owner and a older gentleman (owner, manager, I don't know for sure).
I would say food, like religion and politics don't miss.
The lady next to us said she comes here all the time and it's normal. I can it Costco food at home without that!

Pros: Good atmosphere

Cons: Snobish crowd

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This quaint and cozy restaurant on the main strip is so humble and cute, it's hard not to fall in love with the decor as much as with the food. They are only open for breakfast and lunch, but I have been there for both and it is so good. It offers some more exotic breakfast choices as well as the familiar french toast and bacon.

5
★★★★★

This quaint and cozy restaurant on the main strip is so humble and cute, it's hard not to fall in love with the decor as much as with the food. They are only open for breakfast and lunch, but I have been there for both and it is so good. It offers some more exotic breakfast choices as well as the familiar french toast and bacon.

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This is a wonderful restaurant. From the moment you walk through the charming potted plant and umbrella-adorned patio to the front table where former Modesto mayor and owner Carmen Sabatino sits sipping wine with his guests, you will feel as though you've been transported to some little village restaurant in Italy (and this is right off busy Mchenry). The atmosphere is remarkably quiet, yet it maintains this "open-air" quality. And the food... I usually go there for breakfast, and the only place that is comprable to theirs that I've had was at the highly praised Awani in Yosemite. Sweet entrees, like the King George toast and, my favorite, ebelskivers (pancake-like spheres dusted with powdered sugar) are accompanied by a little cup of their homemade strawberry "freezer jam" which you will be tempted to buy a jar of and eat with a spoon. The bacon is think and lean, and their oj is not just fresh- it's freshly squeezed. I've only had dinner there once, and it was equally delicious though more expensive. The shrimp pasta actually had so many shrimp I had some left over (never happens anywhere else), and the minestrone soup is made DAILY (also never happens anywhere else). The service is a little on the slow side for things like getting the check and refills, but the food is always delivered fast and hot. It's not a get in/get out kind of place- it has the pace for catching up with an old friend or getting to know a new one.

2
★★★★★

This is a wonderful restaurant. From the moment you walk through the charming potted plant and umbrella-adorned patio to the front table where former Modesto mayor and owner Carmen Sabatino sits sipping wine with his guests, you will feel as though you've been transported to some little village restaurant in Italy (and this is right off busy Mchenry). The atmosphere is remarkably quiet, yet it maintains this "open-air" quality. And the food... I usually go there for breakfast, and the only place that is comprable to theirs that I've had was at the highly praised Awani in Yosemite. Sweet entrees, like the King George toast and, my favorite, ebelskivers (pancake-like spheres dusted with powdered sugar) are accompanied by a little cup of their homemade strawberry "freezer jam" which you will be tempted to buy a jar of and eat with a spoon. The bacon is think and lean, and their oj is not just fresh- it's freshly squeezed. I've only had dinner there once, and it was equally delicious though more expensive. The shrimp pasta actually had so many shrimp I had some left over (never happens anywhere else), and the minestrone soup is made DAILY (also never happens anywhere else). The service is a little on the slow side for things like getting the check and refills, but the food is always delivered fast and hot. It's not a get in/get out kind of place- it has the pace for catching up with an old friend or getting to know a new one.

Pros: Ambience, food, wine

Cons: Small and not really a place for kids (both are pros for me)

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Every morning I hear a commercial on KMPH 840am about the Mediteranian Market and Grill. One weekend I decided to take the trek to Modesto from Merced just to try out this restaurant. I was a bit skeptical but to my surprize it turned out to be a great place to dine. The food was fantastic, the atmousphere great and the service supurb. I put the Mediteranian Market and Grill on my #1 list for places to eat.

2
★★★★★

Every morning I hear a commercial on KMPH 840am about the Mediteranian Market and Grill. One weekend I decided to take the trek to Modesto from Merced just to try out this restaurant. I was a bit skeptical but to my surprize it turned out to be a great place to dine. The food was fantastic, the atmousphere great and the service supurb. I put the Mediteranian Market and Grill on my #1 list for places to eat.

 

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