Owner Michael Jaber making the day's breads. Click here for more pictures from the Central Café and Bakery.
Jennifer Silverberg
Owner Michael Jaber making the day's breads. Click here for more pictures from the Central Café and Bakery.
Three of Central Café and Bakery's appetizers: stuffed grape leaves, hummus and tabouli. Click here for more pictures from the Central Café and Bakery.
Jennifer Silverberg
Three of Central Café and Bakery's appetizers: stuffed grape leaves, hummus and tabouli. Click here for more pictures from the Central Café and Bakery.

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Central Cafe and Bakery

331 N. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108

Category: Restaurant > Bakery

Region: St. Louis - Central West End

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Central Café and Bakery
Hummus...$4.49
Rotisserie chicken (half)...$12.99
Beef shawarma...$13.99
331 North Euclid Avenue, 314-875-0657.
Hours: 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 8 a.m.-midnight Fri., 9 a.m.-midnight Sat., 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun.

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If you have a sweet tooth, I recommend trying one of Central Café's baked goods on a separate occasion rather than after lunch or dinner — especially if you order the rotisserie chicken. Any plans you had to save room for dessert will dissipate after the first smoky, garlicky, tangy bite.

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We ate here last night. The salad was good and I liked the pickled turnip (which was red). The brown rice was well prepared. I ordered the Chicken Kabob which was both hard to cut and to chew. My husband ordered another chicken dish which he also found a bit tough and potatoes which he liked. The service is very casual. My husband had to ask for water. The waitress replied, "oh, of course," and was gone before I could ask for some. We were the only ones eating inside because we wanted to avoid smokers. The waitress did mention in passing that their license for hookahs is only for outside smoking. No inside smoking is allowed. She was very pleasant but not so well trained. The bakery goods looked wonderful but we were full of tough chicken and other food so we passed. We probably won't return. The waitress did mention that the med. students from Wash. U. are frequent visitors.

 
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