Had lunch today with a friend in the most awesome place. The food and the building alone we're phenomenal. The Falafel and The Kabobs have etched themselves in my pallet. I can't wait to come back again.
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I first visited this joint on recommendation of a friend, was bit skeptical initially as there wasnt anything fancy about the place. They have quite a few vegan and veg options, I have tried majority of the dishes from the menu and wasn’t let down by any of them. The food isn’t just good looking its lip-smacking as well. Needless... More
I have experienced Persian cooking before and was attracted to Green Erth Bistro when I saw it listed as a restaurant in the San Marco area of Jax. We were not disappointed. Previously we had tried the shish kabobs elsewhere, so we decided to venture out and try two of the stews on the menu. Both stews were well flavored... More
Quaint bistro both Persian and vegetarian meals. Food is good, service is good, and it is quiet. Nothing fancy but worth the visit. We usually stop when we are on that side of Jax.
My wife and I make a point of lodging at the Hilton Garden Inn Southbank when we are passing north or south through the area just so that we can walk to Green Erth for dinner. It is that good. The HGI is great as well. Just visited both again tonight and are as pleased as ever. Friendly service and... More
There's nothing particularly fancy about this restaurant. It's inviting and simple and quiet enough to have a real conversation. The kabobs are really good and filling. I got two veggie kabobs but one would have been plenty. But this is the type of place where it's appropriate to share everything so my second kabob wasn't wasted. Great baba ganoush.
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