Caspian Cafe & Market

★★★★★

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Love the experience at Caspian Cafe--Moe the owner is a delite in that he loves his home and is so gracious sharing the treats that his chief prepares.

The food is fresh, tasteful, and rich in flavor.

Caspian??s Caf is such a wonderful treat and it is located right in Colorado Springs so that everyone should enjoy the tastes.

The best: food of the night is: whatever the special is of the night!

Love the gyro and feta crisps. But do not worrie all the portions are huge so tthe left overs are just as good as the real thing.

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★★★★★

Love the experience at Caspian Cafe--Moe the owner is a delite in that he loves his home and is so gracious sharing the treats that his chief prepares.

The food is fresh, tasteful, and rich in flavor.

Caspian??s Caf is such a wonderful treat and it is located right in Colorado Springs so that everyone should enjoy the tastes.

The best: food of the night is: whatever the special is of the night!

Love the gyro and feta crisps. But do not worrie all the portions are huge so tthe left overs are just as good as the real thing.

Cons: none

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As a vegetarian I hate to eat out. My husband and I were in town for three days on business and after driving around Colorado Springs we settled on Caspian Cafe. After eating there once we decided that there wasn't any reason to eat anywhere else. I've never had so many tasty things to choose from. Every time we ate there we tried something else and everything we had was delicious. The staff was friendly, the decor is lovely (artistic rather than your typical boring cookie cutter restaurant decor) and there was even a pretty belly dancer once night. I frequently accompany my husband on business trips and we've stayed at a few 5 star hotels in the US. IMHO the food at Caspain was better than all of them. I loved the food because of the interesting spices, the variety, it seemed fresh, healthy and it wasn't drenched in fat the way so much food seems to be. Some of the choices were pricey (and worth it) but I ordered a delicious quick lunch for $11 (including tip). I have no idea why this place wasn't packed, maybe their only advertising is word of mouth? I just wish they had a branch in New Jersey - I would actually enjoy going out to eat.

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As a vegetarian I hate to eat out. My husband and I were in town for three days on business and after driving around Colorado Springs we settled on Caspian Cafe. After eating there once we decided that there wasn't any reason to eat anywhere else. I've never had so many tasty things to choose from. Every time we ate there we tried something else and everything we had was delicious. The staff was friendly, the decor is lovely (artistic rather than your typical boring cookie cutter restaurant decor) and there was even a pretty belly dancer once night. I frequently accompany my husband on business trips and we've stayed at a few 5 star hotels in the US. IMHO the food at Caspain was better than all of them. I loved the food because of the interesting spices, the variety, it seemed fresh, healthy and it wasn't drenched in fat the way so much food seems to be. Some of the choices were pricey (and worth it) but I ordered a delicious quick lunch for $11 (including tip). I have no idea why this place wasn't packed, maybe their only advertising is word of mouth? I just wish they had a branch in New Jersey - I would actually enjoy going out to eat.

Pros: ample healthy/tasty and vegetarian options

Cons: there isn't one in NJ

 

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