Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet was excellent - even better than years ago. They've now added delicious gyro meat and kept all the items they previously had. The buffet included the drinks.
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This place was excellent. The cauliflower was so delicious as was the eggplant. There were plenty of options for vegetarians.
There aren't a lot of Mediterranean/Greek places in Austin and the ones that were decent seem to close and the ones left aren't that good. It took me years to finally go here, but it was worth the trip. Pita is freshly cooked from a...More
...and they have just about all of 'em. Rice, roasted veggies, stuffed grape leaves, kofta, several chicken dishes, gyros, tzatziki, garlic yogurt and other sauces, salads & fruits, and of course baklava and apricot jam cookies. Get your Mediterranean fix here. A bit pricey at...More
We have eaten lunch at DiMassi’s Mediterranean Buffet multiple times. It is a very good buffet with a wide selection of items of all varieties. There is something for everyone, even multiple types of desserts. We love the salad bar, including the cauliflower, and eggplant....More
I was visiting some friends in Austin, they had never tried Middle Eastern food, so I thought that Dimassi's would give them a wide variety of choices. I've been to the Dimassi's in The Woodlands (pretty good) and in San Antonio (so-so) but his one...More
This is a buffet. If you like Mediterranean buffet type food it may be the place for you. We just were not impressed with the selections nor with the flavors. It seemed to be totally self serve when we visited. We had to get our...More
Ate here, in part, based on the tripadvisor reviews. I would say that the food was good. Some things, such as the lamb shank, were excellent, well-prepared. Some things, pita, lentil soup, basmati rice, and eggplant were certainly edible, but just that, edible -- either...More