My wife and I just celebrated our 32nd wedding anniversary. The trip to Petra Grill was a planned event. For a couple of appetizers, some mint lemonade, and two lamb dinners (one shawarma and a lamb shank) and a tip, the total came to right under $100. Definitely an expensive meal, but for special occasions, this one is worth the price. We have lived overseas and gone to other Mediterranean & Middle Eastern style restaurants, but this is probably the best. The ambience was great, not busy, and the service was also fantastic. Our waiter was a son of the owner who is from Jordan and very friendly. If you want a classy, quality meal, go for a visit. The portions were large, the mint lemonade was freshly made, and did I mention the mint lemonade yet!? LOL
Been here a bunch of times. Very friendly folks there. Food is delicious. Hummus and Falafel are my favorite. This time, we ordered the Sultan Combo. It's a great mix of different dishes. Price is extremely reasonable especially in this economic time. You get a nice full plate! Enjoy!
I love this place. The food is incredible, and warm friendly service makes it one of my favorites to keep coming back to. Best part, there is no upcharge for beef and a bit of a change.... Fort Collins you are lucky to have a little taste of Jordan in our little community. Bring your friends for a fabulous lunch or dinner Monday through Sunday!!!! Thanks for always remembering me!!!! Until next week.
The food is incredible, and I'm glad this restaurant is in Fort Collins. I wish I'd gone sooner and will definitely return. The food is authentic and freshly made. They told us they've applied for a liquor license, for those who enjoy an adult beverage, so that should be coming soon.
We stopped by here for lunch. Parking is available in the back off the street. We started with some Arayis and Falafel. Arayis is kind of like a burger in between a crispy tortilla (Mediterranean quesadilla). The beef has a good flavor and a good starter. The falafel 🧆 was crispy on the outside but moist on the inside. Would recommend cutting them in half and dipping them in the sauce. My daughter started with a fruit smoothie and the beef swarma is mild enough she did eat quite a fair amount of it. The portions are quite large which I means I'll enjoy the left overs later in the week. My wife had the chicken swarma which was good although had a lot of garlic. Both swarma dishes came with huge helpings of rice and also a salad. I had the gyro plate which has a good amount of beef and lamb and the accompanying sauce is great. The same rice and salad came with the gyro. We finished off the meal with walnut baklava which is great to have fresh. It's the first time it hasn't been dry and they serve it warm with a little syrup over top. We also had a banana bliss which I'd recommend if you like bananas. Overall a very good lunch with big portions that you'll definitely have left overs. If you want to try Mediterranean food definitely give it a try.
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