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Niko Niko's
Greek Restaurant$$
Today 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
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2520 Montrose Blvd Houston, TX 77006
2520 Montrose BoulevardUSTexasHouston77006
$$Greek Restaurant, CafeToday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Classic Greek eats draw large crowds at this no-frills spot serving gyros, cabbage rolls & more.- Google
"I always come here for the gyro sandwich and the loukoumades (honey balls."
"The souvlaki is so tender and the hummus and pita will not disappoint."
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Dan Wolff
2 weeks ago
Our two family party found parking and tables quick and easy. The food was great food and service was efficient. Only 4 stars because of the poor layout, long lines, employees yelling at each other in Spanish, and the music was barely audible outside.
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Mist Holley
in the last week
Fresh greek food, I dont like that they serve poor sweet little lambs here-weird.
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N Patrick Pierce
2 months ago
The food was great. I thought it was a little expensive for having to order it at a counter. The dining ware was cheap. Friendly staff. Cozy and clean.
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James Vo
7 months ago
Very good gyros in Houston. Must get extra sauce. Not too expensive for good Greek food. Sometimes there is a line but well worth the wait if you are craving Gyros.
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Nameless Dread
2 months ago
Efficient service. I ordered the gyro sandwich to be on the safe side. It was okay but a little pricey considering it was stand in line and order fare.
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Fadin Reigne
a week ago
Looking for a quiet low key place, not here. Looking for an easy parking spot with no wait time, not here. Looking for great big fat greek food...YOUR HERE!
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Chas Funderburg
4 months ago
This is a noisy, neighborhood, family hangout. Although I was not much impressed. The staff were friendly enough, and I could even put up with the crowd -- which was very busy that night. But the food was mediocre -- and I've tasted better casual restaurant fare. Might, but probably won't go back again.
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Jacquelyn Suehs
6 months ago
Leftovers Sitting in bed, I am too cozy and warm to function in real life. Quickly, my sluggishness subsides into yesterday because I remember my leftovers from Niko Niko's are waiting for me in the Frigidaire. On a side note, I never use the word Frigidaire orally or writtenly- I just wanted to sound fancy. On another side note, for all you readers out there (to the few), I just want you guys to know that I was required by red squiggly line to capitalize the word Frigidaire. Indeed, it is fancy. Okay, I am getting way to close to the side and off topic so let me just bring it on back to the middle- in focus. Even reheated- Niko Niko's french fries are a soggy, perfectly seasoned, leftover delight! Of course, anyone who has dined there before knows even their leftover fries are no match for a freshly made batch. Yesterday, a few coworkers and I decided to have a little girl's night. Instead of bar hopping for drinks, we kept it classy and delicious by hitting up all the cutesy places in Midtown. First things first, we were all starving after a long day's work at the daycare so we had to pick a place to eat-stat! The requirements of our dining experience had to include some but not all of the following listed below: - burgers - fries - wings (In my opinion, not a deal breaker) -reasonably priced -and reasonably cute. Ten or more so minutes later, I asked, "What about Niko Niko's"? Connections to the films Mamma Mia and My Big Fat Greek Wedding ensued, we were on our way. With no traffic, the drive only took about twenty minutes from Katy to arrive. As we walked in, the liveliness of Friday night, loud chatter, and fast lines made me feel we came to the right place. Since most of us had never been here before, it truly was an experience. The manager Luis accommodated our taste buds and comfort by recommending the famous Gyro plate while creating a space for the seven of us to sit. A little tight, but added to the home style touch that is Niko Niko's. On the menu, their is an abundance of traditional Mediterranean food including gyros, pitas, kabobs, and salad. Since I am not an adventurous foodie- I immediately sifted through the lamb this and yalandji dolma that. (I later found out the latter of the two is simply stuffed grape leaves with rice). Thanks google. Finally, I decided on the Buffalo Chicken Pita. The cashier said if you like buffalo wings, you will like this. He was right. So I got the best of both worlds. A little taste of Greek feta cheese and the word pita, smothered in familiar seasoning of buffalo sauce. Indeed, a great choice for someone who wants to feel like they are trying something new but manages to satisfy all those American- palette requirements. Overall, the side of seasoned fries are a must and I was also able to swap the blue cheese dressing for ranch, which also settled better with my taste buds. I do however recommend the tzatziki sauce as a french fry dipper. If you like sour cream, you will lick your lips once you taste tzatziki dip. With the extra helping of fries brought to us for no charge by the manager, tables pushed together to make a place for us, and the open view to the kitchen - Niko Niko's is a traditional Greek restaurant with a home style atmosphere. I recommend this lively Houston spot for a cute first date, family gathering, or in our case a girl's night out. Besides, you never know who you will spot at this spot. We ran into Kostas Papanikolau. I am sure from the name you can guess he is Greek but he is also a professional basketball player for the Houston Rockets. He is as Greek as he is tall. He was also extremely nice- anyone who wanted a picture got one before he could sit down and enjoy his lavish meal with his family. Next time you're in the area, be sure to get your grub on at: Niko Niko's 2520 Montrose Boulevard Houston, TX 77006
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