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DNR European Cafe
4.7 stars (1 ratings)

(713) 529-0367

4621 Montrose Street , Houston, TX 77057

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May 15, 2008 @ 11:06 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Houston, TX
This is a great example of cheap eating other than it should be more like Turkey inside. Fresh food, great wraps- did not try the baked potato that is called the worst food of all time but I think what I got is near perfect for what it is including the best fries, great salad bar and awesome Softee cone. My biggest problem aside from it not being more like Turkey is that they should have another location to offset the current location being in a low traffic area. This is a place that would do well will the kids, boomer women and many others. it should be next to a movie theater- it would be much better than Skewers by the Edwards- or in a mall. We need new high quality fast food instead of Arbys. This would make a great chain. It's sad that the owners aren't in the location where they could make more money and get the Turkish environment up. Added bonus: the drinks aren't watered down. I want to say thank-you for places like this at a time when others at the high priced places (I don't want to say which so I won't lose my post) takeout the ingredients and shorten the entertainment from the real deal. Or I can tell the Chinese has gone to something like heavy Corn Syrup. Not D N" R you get what you pay for here. And increasingly- at least in Houston- you are only getting that at the most expensive and itemized places. When I think of how one of the top rated places (owned by someone who has the name of a member of the Vatican) sold two thin quails with almost no meat on them (and quails are good when done right) and no side dish for 20-something dollars, it makes me appreciate D N R all the more. I hope they can expand. This is perfect before or after something like a film.

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Avg Rating: 5  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

May 15, 2008 @ 11:06 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Houston, TX
This is a great example of cheap eating other than it should be more like Turkey inside. Fresh food, great wraps- did not try the baked potato that is called the worst food of all time but I think what I got is near perfect for what it is including the best fries, great salad bar and awesome Softee cone. My biggest problem aside from it not being more like Turkey is that they should have another location to offset the current location being in a low traffic area. This is a place that would do well will the kids, boomer women and many others. it should be next to a movie theater- it would be much better than Skewers by the Edwards- or in a mall. We need new high quality fast food instead of Arbys. This would make a great chain. It's sad that the owners aren't in the location where they could make more money and get the Turkish environment up. Added bonus: the drinks aren't watered down. I want to say thank-you for places like this at a time when others at the high priced places (I don't want to say which so I won't lose my post) takeout the ingredients and shorten the entertainment from the real deal. Or I can tell the Chinese has gone to something like heavy Corn Syrup. Not D N" R you get what you pay for here. And increasingly- at least in Houston- you are only getting that at the most expensive and itemized places. When I think of how one of the top rated places (owned by someone who has the name of a member of the Vatican) sold two thin quails with almost no meat on them (and quails are good when done right) and no side dish for 20-something dollars, it makes me appreciate D N R all the more. I hope they can expand. This is perfect before or after something like a film.
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May 15, 2008 @ 11:06 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Houston, TX
This is a great example of cheap eating other than it should be more like Turkey inside. Fresh food, great wraps- did not try the baked potato that is called the worst food of all time but I think what I got is near perfect for what it is including the best fries, great salad bar and awesome Softee cone. My biggest problem aside from it not being more like Turkey is that they should have another location to offset the current location being in a low traffic area. This is a place that would do well will the kids, boomer women and many others. it should be next to a movie theater- it would be much better than Skewers by the Edwards- or in a mall. We need new high quality fast food instead of Arbys. This would make a great chain. It's sad that the owners aren't in the location where they could make more money and get the Turkish environment up. Added bonus: the drinks aren't watered down. I want to say thank-you for places like this at a time when others at the high priced places (I don't want to say which so I won't lose my post) takeout the ingredients and shorten the entertainment from the real deal. Or I can tell the Chinese has gone to something like heavy Corn Syrup. Not D N" R you get what you pay for here. And increasingly- at least in Houston- you are only getting that at the most expensive and itemized places. When I think of how one of the top rated places (owned by someone who has the name of a member of the Vatican) sold two thin quails with almost no meat on them (and quails are good when done right) and no side dish for 20-something dollars, it makes me appreciate D N R all the more. I hope they can expand. This is perfect before or after something like a film.