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The Mediterranean Grill
Mediterranean Restaurant$$
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703 Long Rd Crossing Dr Chesterfield, MO 63005
703 Long Road Crossing DriveUSMissouriChesterfield63005
$$Mediterranean RestaurantToday 11AM–9PM
Friday 11AM–9PMSaturday 11AM–9PMSunday 11AM–9PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11AM–9PMWednesday 11AM–9PMThursday 11AM–9PM
Authentic Mediterranean food, including falafel, hummus, gyros, stuffed grape leaves, souvlaki, grilled meats, Moroccan cigars, kubbeh, and more.

Named "Best Ethnic Restaurant" and "Best Mediterranean Restaurant" by Chesterfield's Out & About magazine.
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"They loved the stuffed pepper platter and the falafel platter."
"His hummus and pita plate ran about $7.50, what a rip-off."
"Used cinnamon in the mix!"
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Dan Sterkin
a year ago
Fresh & authentic. Consistently good. High quality ingredients. Nice people work there as well! One suggestion, please upgrade the sound system. Very piercing tweeters and not enough low and midrange frequencies make it very "cafereria-like" ambience.
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Raymond Furgason
5 years ago
Damn. Thee biggest gryo I ever ate. Awesome place. Will return.
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Ted Talbert
3 years ago
Fantastic food!!! Great Service!!! Love it!!
A Google User
4 years ago
This is the place for excellent Mediterranean food.  We were a group of 6 and some of our party are vegetarians.  They  loved the stuffed pepper platter and the falafel platter.  For the meat  eaters the gyro platter was also excellent.  All the side dishes were great.   We tried the humus, the eggplant, the tubule, and the beets.  BTW the service was good as well.  With a little more atmosphere, I would give it 5 stars.
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Lowell Ricketts
a year ago
Summary: Overpriced knock-off Mediterranean cuisine served by comically rude and aggressive owner Elie Harir. The Horrendous Experience: My girlfriend and I stopped at the Mediterranean Grill this past Sunday for lunch. After reviewing the small menu, her and I placed separate orders with the cashier. The restaurant wasn't very crowded and we were the only customers to place an order for a long while. After sitting for a bit the cashier brought out a plate of pita and hummus and placed it on our table. What followed was a classic confusion in which I thought my girlfriend had ordered the hummus and she thought I had ordered it. Needless to say we were famished and proceeded to snack on it. Moments later the rest of our food arrived. While we were eating our sandwiches the manager and chef Elie Harir came to our table for what at first seemed like a courteous check-in on how everything tasted. Instead, he began to shout at us saying we had stolen the pita and hummus and he wanted to know if we were going to pay for it. We were shocked and had no idea what he was talking about. It was then that we figured out neither of us had ordered the hummus and the cashier had mistakenly brought it to our table. We tried to explain this to Harir but he continued to accuse us of stealing. He stormed off when we told him that of course we would pay for it. At that point we were horribly upset for being verbally accosted by Harir so we just left the remaining food and went up to pay for the "stolen" hummus. Harir came back out and when we told him that this was a simple misunderstanding he replied, "You should know what you ordered and always check with each other." I have never met a manager who placed ALL the blame on the customer. Overall, this was by far the most insulting and outrageous dining experience I have ever had. Needless to say we will NEVER return. Food: I grew up eating Lebanese food and love grape leaves, falafel, baklava, etc. Harir's menu is knock-off Mediterranean (there is schnitzel on the menu!) and the grape leaf ($4.50 for a single grape leaf roll!) used cinnamon in the mix! His hummus and pita plate ran about $7.50, what a rip-off. If you want real Mediterranean cuisine there are so many better options than this strip-mall sham.
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Emily Orf
2 years ago
we continue to go back! the hummus is amazing and Elie's mix is my favorite! :)
A Google User
5 years ago
Do not let the store front look fool you, GO IN, we almost didn't, and we would have missed an incredible eating experience. The young waiter was incredible, and when the food arrived, everything was cooked and presented perfectly. The desserts, OMG! And then the owner came out to make sure everything was okay. As a training Le Cordon Bleu student, I have become very picky and particular. I want it to be right. This new restaurant has got they're act together. For everything you get to eat, it is a very reasonable price as well. We will certainly be back for more of this great food! Also those of you that go to eat here, be patient, they are still waiting for their liqour license to go through. Good job guys!
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A Google User
4 years ago
Truly amazing food. They have a great selection, though the hummus and pita was by far my favorite. Enjoy!


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