4900 Laclede Ave, St Louis, MO | Directions 6310838.640270 -90.262326
Neighborhoods: Central West End, Saint Louis
Worst experience, Very disappointed – Was really excited to try this establishment. Went early on a sat night and was told when we arrived that they were out of tzaski sause. That should have been the warning not to continue, but had the whole family with me. We ordered and was so disapointed in the shiskkabob. The driest piece of meat I have ever had, it had the dryness of the middleeastern desert.
One salad had too much dressing and the other not enough.
A very young crown piled in as we were leaving, and I know they have a following, but can't figure out why after my experience.
PS: Tzaki sauce is one of the most simple things to make and any restaurant worth its name shouyld be able to create it very quickly.
Best Place for Breakfast – Found this cute little place when looking for a meeting spot for friends. I can't explain how much I love this place. Great food! Great service! Had the eggs benedict there many times and their Hollandaise sauce is perfect! We loved it so much, we went there every week for months!
Cheap low quality food! – I tried this place because of the great reviews it has, however I was very disappointed. I tried the gyro which wasn't the best and the tzatziki sauce was gross. My girlfriend had a buffalo chicken sandwich and that too was awful. Low quality, processed food, but I guess you get what you pay for. Our meal totaled $19. Maybe the breakfast is better?
Best NY Greek Diner in STL – Hands down the best diner in town. These folks have been feeding me and my friends for over 25 years. If you're wanting abience and chatty servers, go somewhere else. If you want good, no-nonsense food, then this is your place. They have a great breakfast menu including a bunch of different omelettes and pancakes. Their lunch/dinner menu includes daily specials including some Greek standards. One room is for smokers and those who don't care, the other room is smoke-free.
great – this is the best perfect 10hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh h hh h h h h h h h h h h h h h h hh h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h
breakfast all day – I've been here quite a few times for breakfast and have always been satisfied. The have an interesting selection of omlets and the Gyro's are great. The service is better if you sit at the bar.
Incredible Gyros – I've been here twice, once for breakfast and once for dinner. Both times my mouth was overjoyed. Their gyros are great. If you are a fan of greek food, then this is the place to go.
Usually I have a great time at the Majestic but last time, Saturday, that I went, the bartender was the rudest person I ever meet. I used to go there a lot but now I will never go there again. Extremely rude.
Decent – Comming in with high hopes from the hype we had heard, we were a little let down. The water boy was the most redeeming quality about the place. Our waitress was not very personable and a kept us waiting. We had to ask another waitress for our check and we didn't even get a goodbye. We both had egg dishes and they were nothing write home about. The experience was mediocre overall.
Love the gyro... – As a college student who lives in the Central West End, I find few dining experiences more enjoyable than heading to the Majestic after a day of classes for a Coke and a Gyro Plate in the dead of a St. Louis winter (which is only about a month and half though). Sometimes, my friends and I will plurge for the Greek salad as well. I love their gyros; they're full of fresh (and juicy) lamb with lots of onions and Taziki (?) sauce. They're not for the faint-of-heart though since they're a lot to finish. As for the Majestic itself, I love the expansive windows in the diner that look out on Euclid. During the summer, you can look into the diner as you sit outside, blissfully unaware of the bustle around you. My father frequented this diner nearly 40 years ago, and unlike Tom's Bar and Grill right up the street, it didn't sell out for atmosphere. If anything, it has the best atmosphere for a diner since it isn't frequented by the "suits."
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