My Little Greek Deli
Name: Colleen Rhodd
Occupation: Financial Advisor
Lives In: Delray Beach
Restaurant Pick: The Alchemist Gastropub and Bar
Reviewed: My Little Greek Deli
I would 100% recommend this place. It was great to see dishes that I have had in Greece so well done here. I wish it was closer because I would visit often. This place is very clean and you can tell as soon as you walk in. You can smell the food in the air and it makes you want to get your order in. I went traditional with a Gyro and meat was tender, seasoned just right and really tasty. Additionally, the tzaiki had a really fresh flavor I enjoyed. Everyone was very nice and seemed proud of the place. Access to parking is also a plus, especially for Miami.
Name: Brian A. Paruas
Occupation: Former Federal Air Marshall turned Attorney
Restaurant Pick:Sardelli Italian Steakhouse Reviewed: My Little Greek Deli
My wife and I arrived at the restaurant and I was pleasantly surprised with how easy it was to find parking. Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted with a warm, familial, and intimate crowd that were all willing to help us with our questions. Betty, who happened to be the waitress and the owner, was efficient and warm. She was adamant about us getting our order in because the lunch rush there is intense. She recommended the blue beer which was on special and pointed out I could have eight of them for the price of one- my kind of woman! We ordered an array of different appetizers including the Greek salad, the homemade hummus with pita bread, the keftedes, and the moussaka. I find myself to be a Greek salad connoisseur and found it to be lacking in ingredients and flavor. The hummus is homemade and you could really tell because it was creamy and left you with no aftertaste. The moussaka was also cooked perfectly. We also ordered the keftedes that had a delicious taste to them. For my entrée, I ordered the lamb gyro which was huge! I was very pleased with the size of the dish and much better than other gyros I've had. I also tried the onions rings that were very big- they also held together very nicely which was a big plus for me. Although I don't consider myself to be a dessert person, they brought us out a plate of these powdered almond cookies which were dense and delicious but not very sweet, which was my favorite part about them. I felt as if the food was really made with love. It had an intimate, familial type feeling to the restaurant itself. If you are in Miami Springs area looking for a hearty, Greek lunch spot, this is your place, but let me warn you, get your order in before the lunch rush!
Name: Olga Siddons
Occupation: Elementary School Teacher
Lives In: Miami Springs
Restaurant Pick: My Little Greek Deli
Reviewed: My Little Greek Deli
My Little Greek Deli offers generous portions of authentic Greed food. There are daily specials and delicious home made desserts. The gyro platters are a classic choice here. We go to My Little Greek Deli often for tasty food and are never disappointed. The portions are big enough for sharing and the gyro platters are wonderful. The dessert items are limited, but delicious. Free parking is available and the wait staff are family so the service is excellent. If you are passing through Miami Springs near the Miami Airport, stop in for a delightful and relaxed lunch or dinner. You will not be disappointed!
Location: 195 Westward Drive, Miami Springs, FL 33166
Type of Cuisine: Greek-American
Meals Served: Greek American Cuisine
Accommodations for Children: Yes