This is a wait to be seated Greek food joint. Food is pretty good its worth giving the place a try. I personally prefer Cleopatra's for Greek food myself.
This is located close to Trader Joe's in Santa Fe. Friendly wait staff, good food, good price. A lot of locals eat here for lunch and come often. It's a bit different from the Lebanese food I'm used to, but still has that exotic taste.
The decor is depressing. It looks like a larger place was sliced in half. We had to flag the servers to pay attention to us. Food was pretty good and quick (it took longer to get the servers to take our order than to get our food). Falafel wasn't very crunchy.
We were hungry for Mediterranean food and had not yet found a favorite in town, so we decided to try Pyramid Cafe for lunch. We are glad we did and will come back. I had the Gyro. It was very good. I had the beef/lamb version - they also offer chicken. I like that the meat was seared and a... More
We've been going to Santa Fe for the past couple of decades and when we first tried Pyramid Cafe it became a must-visit restaurant for dinner. Now, I'm afraid to say: it's off the list. The spanakopita seems like the frozen mostly-dough turnovers you can get at grocery stores. The tzatziki sauce is watery. The lamb souvlaki, while at first... More
Santa Fe has a wide variety of restaurants. Although the 'Pyramid' would suggest Egyptian cuisine, it is the Tunisian selections that make the restaurant unique. The most characteristic dish would be the brik a l'oeuf, which is an egg and potato turnover in a crispy crust. Likewise the cous cous (which is generally Maghreban, rather then uniquely Tunisian) is also... More
it was my first time here food was delicious lamb and couscous are great, Service was verry good too n the prices are also very reasonble can t wait to go back.
Everything here was an amazing experience from food to service and atmosphere. I would highly recommend coming here. I'm from out of town and so glad I came here for my first stop in Santa Fe.
Stopped by for lunch it was my first time there and it won't be my last! I cant wait to bring my friends and family to try dinner here. Yummy!
Having been a regular since it opened years ago, I can say that Ziggy and his brother have done a wonderful job--Tunisian, Greek and American cuisine presented in a recently-remodeled space. White tablecloths and candles, Modest sound volume. Sit out front in good weather.
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