This place is easy to miss. It's off the beaten path in a small building that looks like no one is there because parking is hidden at the back of the building. There is room for seating for only about 30 people in a decor...More
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We heard good things about King Tut's and decided to try it. When we arrived we found it to be a small quaint building tucked away in South Knoxville. There was plenty of parking behind the restaurant and as we walked in we found we...More
Very interesting place in Knoxville with a delicious Greek salad! And the decorations are definitely unique from signs with sayings to disco-type lighting. Definitely recommend! Went there with my class and had a good time
Non descript building in a not-so-thriving part of town houses a nice restaurant owner and excellent food. The Greek salad was ridiculous! Falafal sandwich excellent and Hummus to die for. Don't expect fancy. Dated decor but so worth the $.
The outside does not look like much and the eating area relatively small, but this is a quaint place to eat. The portions are large, prices reasonable, and the taste authentic.
There are also more standard options for a group member who may not have a taste for middle eastern food. This is a very small, family owned establishment. The food is cooked when you order. The Egyptian sampler plate is a great place to start...More
Went to King Tut Grill for lunch. I had the Koshari, which I heard is the national dish of Egypt. Pasta, lentils, rice etc covered with a tomato sauce. Very good and filling. I can see why it would be a comfort food in Egypt....More
First, it is a hole on the wall with an eclectic decor.Then we got the food...really great food.The Greek salad was the best I have ever had.The Gyros were full of meat and really fresh pita and great tasting.I am coming back again for sure.