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Kouzina Greek Street Food, Montclair (Oakland)

Ruth Lafler | Jan 28, 201503:58 PM     16

Driving through Montclair early this morning I spied a big, bold sign proclaiming "Greek Street Food." Apparently I missed it the last few times through (my excuse being that these days I only go into Montclair to see my dentist, which means I'm either not able to eat or not interested in eating), because it's been open since some time last fall.

Looking at the menu, I think that "street food" is mostly an attempt to cash in on the trendiness of street food. That said, there are few enough Greek restaurants in the area to make a new one notable. Anyone checked it out yet?

http://www.kouzinagreek.com/

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