Atlas Texas Food & Beverage

★★★★★
  • 4621 Montrose Blvd

    Houston, TX 77006

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  • 713-529-0367

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My classmate recommended to try it So I did. It's really decent food. they have simply great gyro, Chicken soup and lentil soup is great as well. I didn't have a chance to try the other things in the menu yet. They have comfortable seating, clean location and nice staff. So far so good. If you like fast food try this place is different from your typical American fast food.

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★★★★☆

My classmate recommended to try it So I did. It's really decent food. they have simply great gyro, Chicken soup and lentil soup is great as well. I didn't have a chance to try the other things in the menu yet. They have comfortable seating, clean location and nice staff. So far so good. If you like fast food try this place is different from your typical American fast food.

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Seriously, with all the Turkish, Lebanese & Greek restaurants that Houston has to offer.. why waste your time at DNR! The food was bland, dry and over priced! Go down the street to Niko Niko's and get your monies worth!

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★★★★★

Seriously, with all the Turkish, Lebanese & Greek restaurants that Houston has to offer.. why waste your time at DNR! The food was bland, dry and over priced! Go down the street to Niko Niko's and get your monies worth!

Cons: EVERYTHING

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We recently moved to the Museum District and after driving past DNR numerous times, and reading a glowing\r
online review, we tried out DNR. We were very excited and anxious for some yummy food.\r
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Oh how disappointed we were.

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★★★★★

We recently moved to the Museum District and after driving past DNR numerous times, and reading a glowing\r
online review, we tried out DNR. We were very excited and anxious for some yummy food.\r
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Oh how disappointed we were.

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We stopped in Sunday afternoon thinking it was still Buteras. Nope, more of of fast food Meditterranean/ American fare. Not bad but not great - the decor is kinda cheesey with a burger chef logo. Food was fresh enough and service was

3
★★★★★

We stopped in Sunday afternoon thinking it was still Buteras. Nope, more of of fast food Meditterranean/ American fare. Not bad but not great - the decor is kinda cheesey with a burger chef logo. Food was fresh enough and service was

Pros: Great outdoor dining in Museum District

Cons: Food could be more flavorful

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I didn't find much to enjoy about this place. It reminds me of a European fast food place, which is nice for the nostalgia element, if nothing else. Comfortable seating, clean location, a step up from American fast food in terms of the

3
★★★★★

I didn't find much to enjoy about this place. It reminds me of a European fast food place, which is nice for the nostalgia element, if nothing else. Comfortable seating, clean location, a step up from American fast food in terms of the

Pros: Nice looking place, not unhealthy for a fast food

Cons: Limited menu, unappealing food

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As a gyro maniac, they have simply the best gyro in Texas so far (as far as I know). Chicken soup is great as well. I didn't have a chance to try the other things in the menu yet.

3
★★★★★

As a gyro maniac, they have simply the best gyro in Texas so far (as far as I know). Chicken soup is great as well. I didn't have a chance to try the other things in the menu yet.

Pros: Great food, price and service.

Cons: It is a fast food resturant so not much authentic Turkish food in the menu.

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Deciding to try something different, I ventured into DNR which now occupies the space where Butera's used to be (in the Chelsea Market). Nice decor, good food, but unbelievably slow service. I ordered a chicken sandwich meal (sandwich,

3
★★★★★

Deciding to try something different, I ventured into DNR which now occupies the space where Butera's used to be (in the Chelsea Market). Nice decor, good food, but unbelievably slow service. I ordered a chicken sandwich meal (sandwich,

Pros: Good food, Good prices, Nice decor

Cons: Slow service, Clueless manager

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Last week to celebrate ;) the end of the school, I went to DNR with my friends. I ate so much that I gained 2 lbs! Instead of eating a hamburger full of chemicals, all stabilizers stuff, etc, I suggest you to have a DNR wrap, or DNR pilaf

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★★★★★

Last week to celebrate ;) the end of the school, I went to DNR with my friends. I ate so much that I gained 2 lbs! Instead of eating a hamburger full of chemicals, all stabilizers stuff, etc, I suggest you to have a DNR wrap, or DNR pilaf

Pros: commodious of its typ, inexpensive, delicious food

Cons: R U used to European?

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I came down with my friends to Museum District and DNR is the first restaurant on the way to Westheimer.
We all like the sandwiches and lentil soup.
Service was great and people were friendly.
They have also a nice porch with Free

3
★★★★★

I came down with my friends to Museum District and DNR is the first restaurant on the way to Westheimer.
We all like the sandwiches and lentil soup.
Service was great and people were friendly.
They have also a nice porch with Free

Pros: inexpensive, good parking, Free Wi-Fi

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Museum District sidewalk cafe for casual Turkish fare, a kid-friendly atmosphere and free Wi-Fi.

 

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