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saltproject.co reviews Santorini’s Greek Grill in Farmington Station park

Growing up, I still remember visiting Salt Lake City, if it was my lucky day we would make a stop at my absolute favorite place in the world, a little Greek shack downtown.  I always ordered a gyro and a side of baklava. Those were the days. Well guess what? There’s a new Greek place in town. Santorini Greek Grill in Farmingtons Station Park is my new fave, for 2 reasons. First, they are in my back yard, so ya, obviously that helps, but more importantly, they have taken a fresh and healthy approach to that classic greasy Greek that I loved as a child.  The gyros are insanely big (can’t eat a whole one). And the gyro meat on a salad is to die for. Piled high with all the fixin’s is how I like it. My kids LOVE yogurt. They down it like ice cream. I guess thats a good thing. It’s healthy right? Santorini’s Greek yogurt is made in house as well as their dressings. Everything is super fresh. Everything is super clean. The service is top Read More »

Best Greek Food in Farmington says a Customer

Bosco’s first experience was the flavorful pita wrap. This pita wrap isn’t your average size. Coming in at a whopping 9″, he compares it that of a big personal pizza. The pizza reference isn’t that far off. After selecting the pita option, you then continue down the flavor line adding all of your favorite toppings and sauces. Bosco will return to try the rest of our protein options that include: Lemon Chicken, Original Gyro, Smoked Garlic Herb Chicken, Chicken Gyro and Veggie Falafel. Best Greek place in town. Makes the 40 min drive well worth it. 9″ Pita makes it like a big personal pizza with all the toppings that you want. Amazing amount of meat. Fresh ingredients that my body is loving (because I don’t eat a lot of vegetables) and the loaded fries to die for. The yogurt bar is my favorite. Pick all the topping you want and type of honey to sweeten it to make a refreshing finish. Staff was more then helpful in my decision making process and be a Read More »

So good, you’ll come back for more greek food!

Morgan and his son, residents of Kaysville, became curious about the new restaurant that opened up in Farmington at Station park. Only minutes away, they decided to give it a shot. The duo was not disappointed with their choice. They decided that Santorini’s Greek Grill is a contender for their favorite go to place. After giving it a few days, the family came back for another round. Loving the large portions of food and delicious Greek flavors, they decided that this is their FAVORITE go to place. Found out about this new place from my son. We had the Gyro & Chicken rice bowl. Fast food style. Pick your Pita or Rice , then type of protein and finally toppings and sauce. First off it’s a lot of food. 9″ Pita is stuffed when they hand it over. Gyro was awesome, good and great authentic sauces. This is so big you could share with another. Wife had lemon rice bowl with garlic chicken. She loved it. Staff was fast and moved the Saturday night crowd Read More »

Imagine Chipotle, but with Greek Food

The service line style of dining makes it easy to customize your order. We offer plenty of options to choose from and you can’t go wrong. Tyler from San Jose California, was not disappointed when he left this review. Imagine a freaking Chipotle, but with freaking Greek food! Pick your toppings on either a pita or a bowl, UNLIMITED- $8.00. I wanted to pack this place up and take it back to San Jose with me.  I had a bowl with French fries, lemon rice, gyro meat, lettuce, tomatoes, garbanzo beans, pepperoncinis, FREAKING dolmades . Then I had that baby topped with Tzatziki, and lemon dill that was straight FIRE! I want to bathe in the lemon dill sauce. I also had hummus on the side.  The gyro meat was cut slightly on the thick side. It would have been nicer if it were sliced a little thinner to allow multiple ingredients in one bite. That’s really my only criticism, because everything else was phenomenal. Tyler c.San Jose, Ca

Santorini’s now open in Station Park

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—There’s a new restaurant in town, and this one is melding favorite flavors with a popular service idea. “Greek your way,” is the theme of the new Santorini’s Greek Grill, which opened Nov. 9 at Station Park. Patrons can choose their protein and their sauce and then add some extras when they order from the counter at Santorini’s, located at 290 N. Central Avenue. “We are focusing on three things,” said Sean Dehghani, co-owner with Massoud Shafizadeh. “Customer service, food quality and speed. We will give it 100 percent.” At a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening, Angie Osguthorpe, president and CEO of the Davis Chamber of Commerce, said the restaurant is the only one of its kind “in the entire world.” She praised the owners and the chamber’s economic development team for “all this awesomeness.” Patrons can choose between pita bread or a bowl of lemon rice, French fries, Greek salad or lettuce for the base of their meal, then add a protein such as lemon chicken, smoked Read More »