Mad Greek is a casual eatery that offers a wide range of Greek and Indian dishes. The restaurant's interior is simple and soft-colored. A line of small potted plants across the dining room adds a touch of freshness to the ambiance. Guests who prefer dining in the open air can choose to sit in the outdoor dining area as well. Mad Greek also features a full-service bar where guests can enjoy their favorite drinks with their meals.
Begin the meal at Mad Greek with an appetizer like Hoomis prepared with ground chickpeas, lemon, Greek olive oil, tahini and garlic and served with pita bread or potato samosas served with fresh chutney. For the main course try the popular shrimp saganaki with baby spinach, mushrooms, feta, kasseri and tomato sauce. For dessert, order the highly recommended Baklava ice cream or try the equally popular cardamom crème brûlée.
Food and service were very good. Our friends really enjoyed their meal too.
We made a last minute reservation for prime time on Saturday and we were accommodated cheerfully.
The avgolemmeno soup was perfection. Our dinners, the Lemon Chicken and the burger were great.
For dessert we shared the Creme Brûlée. I found it to be more creamy than custardy. The flavor was good, but the consistency that I'm used to for that dessert was not there.
Our server was great and made sure we had everything we needed. We will be returning.
My family took me here for a Mother's Day lunch. I thought the food would be heavy traditional Greek dining but they had a great menu with plenty of light and healthy Mediterranean-style choices. Our server was cheerful and knowledgeable and the owner came out and welcomed us. Altogether a very enjoyable lunch with fresh ingredients and good value.
Good food and exceptional service. Great venue for an intimate conversation.
Although the restaurant downsized a bit, the experience never changed. The food is always great and so is the service. Well done again.
It was my turn to host the monthly meeting of our social club and I decided to go back to an old favorite restaurant, The Mad Greek. Everyone was happy about the choice because they each had pleasant memories of their previous times there.
This time was no different. We were seated in a discrete section of the restaurant where we could hold our meeting and hear each other without disturbing others. We talked, drank plenty of wine, laughed and had a wonderful meal. Our server, James, was very attentive and patient. We will be back!
Was ok not what I expected
Food and service was much better than I remembered (or expected). Highly recommend it for a pre- concert dinner for Severance Hall events.
The menu has a pretty wide range of foods, so finding something you like should not be hard. The portion sizes are large, especially apps and desserts, but that just meant more to take home and continue to enjoy. Staff is attentive and warm.
Very nice dinner. We liked the menu with the wide variety of appetizers and both Indian and Greek entrees. Service was excellent and the portions were large. We will return when in the neighborhood
The food here is excellent - everything we've ever had here is great, and the portions are large enough to have leftovers for lunch the next day. Outdoor patio in summer is very nice. Interior decor is a little dated, but we don't go for that, we go for the food. I'm only sorry that I just found out we could make reservations on Open Table. We eat here 5-6 times a year, and I could have had all those points!
5 of us had dinner at The Mad Greek on the Wednesday after Christmas. The server was terrific; friendly, informative and funny. Service was well timed. The only reason I didn't give the food 5 stars was that I asked for my lamb and spinach curry to be seasoned mildly and it was too spicy for me to eat more than a few bites. I didn't return it because my husband took a bite and loved it so we switched meals. Interestingly, it was an Indian lamb recipe and my husband doesn't usually like Indian food OR lamb and he LOVED this dish.
Although we didn't eat outside I marked "great for outdoor dining" because I had a wonderful lunch on their little patio over the summer (with the same server) and it was just perfect.
On my trips back to Cleveland I've been visiting the mad greek for years, the food at times is great but on other trips has been a bit disappointing. On this last visit they mentioned that they had returned back to the original menu which was good news - loved the variety & flavor that they brought to the table. The appetizers were excellent (Baba ghanoush is a family favorite!), however when it came to the service & the mains they still seem to be figuring things out. if you're in the area it's probably worth a stop by however I'm not sure i'd head back after this visit for any other reason than convince.
Store front place with a lot of room inside. The food was really good and they give you large portions. It was slow in here the day we had lunch but I would bet dinner time is happening here. I definitely go back!!
Had an impromptu dinner out - 3 adults, 2 'tweens. Plenty to choose from on the menu. Everything came out quickly and was excellent. Good presentation and a good amount of food for the money. Service was quick and thorough. We will be back.
Food was very good. Service was a little lacking. The waiter was ok but there were times we couldn't find him. The restaurant was not full for a Saturday evening. but it wasn't due to the food. Our entire party of 4 decided we would absolutely return because our meals were so good. The drinks were good as well. Everything was reasonably priced.
Other customers marveled at our appetizer Saganaki flambe. Everything was quite good. Other than forgetting to bring the appetizer first, everything else went well. Their warm bready pita is great and this time they didn't scrimp.
The food was good and our waiter was very helpful. What more do you need for a fun night out?
Food was fabulous! Tables are very close together, so it was quite noisy. Service was excellent. The waitress was attentive and accommodating.
We come here from the west side at least 6 times a year. It is a favorite dinner spot before going to Severance Hall for concerts. Service is always efficient, but not rushed. Parking is available and its an easy jaunt down the hill after dinner.