7159 W US Hwy 90, San Antonio, TX | Directions 7822729.400142 -98.638544
Mon. - Fri. 11am - 8pm;Sat. 11am - 9pm;Sun. CLOSED
Love this place! – Don’t let the location put you off .
The food and the service is always wonderful.
Great Food & Dimi's So Funny!! – This place is GREAT! When I first walked in I was thinking this place is dead & that's never a good sign! (But it was when they just opened for lunch, when the lunch rush came in the place was packed!) I ordered the Gyro Platter with oven potatoes & a Baklava for dessert , it was wonderful! We have been going there every since, I LOVE this place! There is so much good stuff to say about the food & people who work there its just better to try it for yourself! You won't be disappointed!!!!
Absolutely Wonderful! – Not only was the Gyro delicious, but the side sald, seasoned oven fries AND dessert all exceeded my expectations.
Don't judge this place by it's 'hole-in-the-wall' location. Seriously delicious food, great service, nice people and did I mention the yummy desserts? We will be going back often!
Best Gyros, Best Fries! – This is a favorite for my co-workers and I. It is always good! I always get the same thing! The fries are seasoned with some kind of herb and is hand cut. They are great! The location is a little shady but nothing too scary. The food is worth it. I have never been for dinner but I hear the belly dancers are great.
Its really small in there so huge groups will probably have trouble finding a table. But everyone should go!
Great first time Greek food experience – Some co-workers convinced me to try this place as I never had Greek food before. I was very unfamiliar with the food of this culture but my co-workers helped me out by suggesting the lamb gyro for starters. I am not used to the taste of lamb, but it was interesting to say the least. Next time I will try the beef version. Dimi was hilarious! He always kept us laughing and made sure we were having a great time. There was a belly dancer that would go around and dance at each table, my co-workers got me to dance with her and I even took a picture with her! There was also a younger lady who attempted her first time belly dancing in front of the customers, which I thought was very cute! All in all, this a great introduction to Greek food for me and will come back and recommend to others.
This was a great place to go! – My family and I have been here many times the food is great and Dimi is hilarious and he was great with our kids! It doesn?t look that great on the outside but once you step in you?re greeted with friendly people and wonderful food!
Awesome Greek Food! – Everything we have tried here is great. Love the Gyro's, especially the Fat Ones (double meat). Located in a OK neighborhood near Lackland AFB, the food more than makes up for that though.
OH MY – Im 15 and don't have a job but when ever i had 15 bucks in my pocket i would pressure my friends in comming with me to mina & Dimi's. i would always order the lamb sluvokki platter and a plantaion mint hot tea, it's all in my budget. and their pita's are to die for, now i am moving to Florida and want to know about any more good resturants thanks
Fun Place! – I went to Mina & Dimi's on a date with my husband. The food at Mina & Dimi's is a little heavier than other Greek restaurants, but still very good. They have an awesome beer & wine selection, and the atmosphere is awesome. The night we went (on a Friday) they had a belly dancer that encouraged the kids to perform with her. It cost a little more than I expected though. almost $60 for two people. I will definately go back, maybe on one of their wine tasting nights. Call ahead for those, very limited seating available!
Don't go to this restaurant if you want a quiet, relaxing meal. Do go if you want to have some fun with dinner.
– Journey's Beginning
For starters, try the bountiful taste-it-all plate, an extremely popular and tasty sampler of Greek appetizers. Another appetizerthe flaming saganakiarrives at the table with a blazing flourish and the requisite, "Opah!"
Those that feel like diving deep into the waters of Aegean gastronomy will discover delightful renditions of traditional moussaka, a Greek casserole composed of layers of seasoned beef, eggplant, zucchini and potatoes, and topped with a silky nutmeg-scented bechamel sauce. The rack of lamb comes with copious side portions of roasted lemon potato wedges and crisp fried.
For dessert, go for the baklava or try one of Dimi's popular homemade cheesecakes. Accompany the meal with a piney white retsina or a fruity Greek red, sit back and listen to modern Greek music, and you might almost feel like a latter-day Odysseus returning home at last.
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