Miami, FL 33131
- Mon-Sat 11:30am-4:30pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Delivery, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Smoking, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
Miami New Times's Description
Ever crave a traditional Greek meal midday in downtown Miami? Well, Pega Grill, now open on Flagler Street, can satisfy your every Mediterranean desire. It's a perfect place for a work lunch, too, because there's WiFi to accompany the delicious dishes. Outside, seats are shaded by large umbrellas, and the inside is clean and cozy. Daily specials include both hearty dishes like beef stew and mashed potatoes ($8.95) and lighter fare like vegetarian pasta ($7.95). And the place uses local, fresh ingredients, and imports, when necessary. Extra virgin olive oil and feta come to your plate straight from Greece. And gyros are homemade - you can sample them with either chicken ($6.50), beef, or lamb (7.95), all served with a special sauce made of dill, paprika, curry, mayonnaise, and mustard. Salads include a healthy beet salad ($6.50) and vlita, or wild amaranth, steamed with olive oil and lemon juice ($6.50). Kebab platters are served with French fries or lemon potatoes ($9.95 to $15.95). Desserts include not only the usual baklava ($4.50), but a baked apple with yogurt and honey ($4.95) and homemade almond cake ($4.95).
Tips from foursquare
Try the Spicey Feta Dip - it is to DIE for!
Hummus lovers will rejoice when they try their sampler. Highly recommended.
Be careful of the wooden chairs in the gallery area - they feel like they're going to break by just looking at them!
The most authentic Greek salad in town! Be sure to check out the specials board too!
Winner of Best Salad 2011. See more of the best at http://bestof.voiceplaces.com/miami
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