Cuisine: Greek, Indian and Bangladeshi halal food.
Owner: Khondoker Karim
Price range: $3-$11
Dishes to try: chicken tikka kabob wrap, $7.99; falafel sandwich (vegetarian), $3.99; New York-style lamb gyro (served over rice), $10.99; grilled chicken shish kabob, $3.99 for one.
Brick and mortar location: 2614 Main St.
Recently reopened after minor renovations, Street Café is back to work selling an advertised assortment of “International & Mediterranean food” that truly delivers on the parameters of the definition.
From Bangladeshi favorites to rib-sticking soul food, the menu at Street Café is a crossroads of flavors where East meets West at a price that’s easy on your wallet.
A couple from Bangladesh who ran Street Cafe on Main Street near Fillmore Avenue recently opened a store at 285 Parkside Ave., near the Buffalo Zoo.
Selina Afroj and Khondoker A. Karim have lots of American standards on the menu, like breakfast sandwiches, chicken finger subs and wings.
However, I would recommend the “New York style” gyro and grilled chicken, which is …
Don Warfe, an owner of the former upscale eateries Just Pasta and Brodo, has decided to go down-market with his newest restaurant, called Just Fries.
The former purveyor of scallops with grilled pink grapefruit, fennel and blood orange vinaigrette will be offering a french-fry-centered menu, with no waiter in sight. The place will be at 9 Genesee St., a “tiny little place…