Food ok. Simple.k Nice mellow location. Cruisers frequent the bar. "Spanky" (not his real name) the bartender tells pleasantly bad jokes.
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Lunched with a friend. I had the gyro and Greek salad combination and would highly recommend it. My friend was able to order her lunch from Cafe Amelia an adjoining restaurant that shares the same kitchen. We shared a carafe of sangria 👍 service was...More
We weren't able to get a table at lunchtime, but were able to eat at the bar. The tortilla on the blackened-chicken wrap was too tough to eat, even with a fork, and the turkey bacon on the turkey club was rubbery. To be fair,...More
Enjoyed their pita sandwiches, Carl was filling in for Rick who is on vacation.... Watch out Rick, Carl might take over...
My husband and I decided to try this after reading the reviews on TripAdvisor. Pros: they make their own sangria, my husband's roast beef pita was overflowing with meat, potato salad is good, nice location Cons: waitress accidentally spilled an entire carafe of sangria on...More
Family care of the all aspects of this restaurant , lunch & dinner , cafe Amalia ( pita express) is where you find the quality cooking in downtown Charlette Amalie under the shade in alley , where ground is still covered in stones from 1800...More
Fresh little bistro setting right next to Cafe Amalia....same owners. Food is delish....great atmosphere of Palm Passage. Never a bad meal.
We stopped for lunch and my husband was raving about the Gyro. Service was quick and efficient and she seemed to know almost everyone there. We liked this place and will return.
I eat here every week and the food is consistently delicious. The food is always fresh and Maynard and Helga are a pleasure to be around. A must stop when visiting st thomas.