If you are looking for a break from burgers and other fast food fare, but don’t want to pay through the nose for it, then Café Annie may be the place to try. What you will get is Mediterranean food served in a buffet style environment, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that the quality may be compromised. There is a fine selection of soups, salads, sandwiches, and house specialties, many of which are tinged with a Lebanese or Greek flair. You can also expect to find some vegetarian fare mixed in among the kabobs and falafels. The buffet/cafeteria style means that you can get to choose your own sides, and also ensure that service is fast and friendly. The interior is tastefully decorated with silk curtain, pillows aplenty, and hookah’s that all make you feel as though you have stepped into another world, which just so happens to be one with great food.
July 6, 2008 @ 11:16 AM
a diner from Maitland, FL
Come to Cafe Annies if you want to eat in a place where they shovel food from vats onto plates and containers. It looks like they pre-prepare everything to warm up and feed the masses.
It is too expensive food they sell. They have the worse Gyros in town for a Greek restaurant. Their other food is ok, if you like to eat the same food every day.
True lebanese cuisine, fresh food, authentic dishes!
Visiting from DC, came across the place as we were in the mall next door. The chef and owners are from lebanese origin, extending the lebanese welcoming culture.
The meza dishes and the entre
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