Eating Paleo at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe

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Taziki’s is a casual restaurant chain that specializes in Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.  There’s 8 in Georgia right now including Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Athens, and more.   They’re pretty delish – and one of my usual lunch places since there is one right by my workplace.

One of the reasons I go there so often?  Because it’s easy to to eat healthy and (pretty) paleo there.  Some paleo options there include the Salads and the Feasts.  The Feasts… mmmmmm, okay, now I’m hungry and I’m not sure why I decided to write this before I eat dinner.

But any way!  On to Taziki’s food…

Feasts

Feasts they have Chicken, Lamb, Pork Loin, and Tenderloin.  I think it varies at different locations, but my usual is the Chargrilled Lamb Feast which includes “fresh grilled lamb, carefully seasoned, and served with our homemade skordalia sauce”:

Paleo at Taziki's

I can tolerate some dairy, so I have it there.  However, if you’re not, obviously ask for it without.  It also comes with a Greek salad, and a choice of a side (which they say either basmati rice or roasted new potatoes), but I actually ask for the Tomato Cucumber Salad because 1) I love it, it’s so delish, and 2) more paleo than rice, and less carby than potatoes.  Though I won’t lie, when I’m starving my face off – it’s potatoes I go for.

Paleo at Taziki's

Salads

Did the Feast sound like way too much food for you?  You can try getting the salad!  You can choose Greek or Mediterranean, and your preferred meat/seafood.  Grilled Chicken, Turkey Breast, Beef, Grilled Lamb, Tilapia, Shrimp, and Salmon are all options there.

Does it all sound delicious?  It does to me right now, especially because I’m pre-dinner mode over here.  Here’s the menu (you have to choose a location first) if you want to check it out.  Oh, and they have a Nutritional info page for ya’ll out there counting calories, carbs, or whatever.

So anyway, have you eaten there?  What do you get?

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    By: Tina T

    Tina is a foodie that loves eating delicious and healthy. Having grown up in an Asian household in Atlanta, she loves creating and eating both Asian and American cuisine. Tina is the main blogger and owner of Oh Snap! Let’s Eat!. Read more…

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