Nishie G's Cafe

Nishie G’s Cafe Rock Hill, SC

Nishie G’s Cafe is serving up Greek Southern comfort food.

This week we are back with a local restaurant in Rock Hill, SC. A Southern Greek-inspired restaurant that has been serving Rock Hill for the past decade. What makes them so good is that it is fresh, friendly, and quick. This is a sit-down dinner with the convenience of fast food. Join us as we tour Nishie G’s Cafe in Rock Hill, SC.

“What is even more interesting is the fact that they are serving breakfast.”

Nishie G’s Cafe is serving up awesome comfort food like fried chicken, hamburger steak, mac and cheese and green beans. They also have Greek-inspired dishes like grilled chicken pita, gyros, and Souvlaki. What is even more interesting is the fact that they are serving breakfast. In fact, they have been featured in USA Today and Southern Living for their breakfast menu.

“It is the one o’clock hour so the first rush of customers has come through.”

After ordering my meal, I sat down in a corner booth so I could get a good angle on the restaurant. It is the one o’clock hour so the first rush of customers has come through. We are now on the smaller wave of customers. The restaurant is now slightly crowded but not as much as if I was there around twelve. I ordered the marinated chicken tips with grilled peppers and onions over rice. It came with two sides which I choose mac and cheese and green beans. The food was delicious and came out pretty quick. The staff was friendly which is always something I look for. This is not my last time visiting Nishie G’s Cafe.

Click on the video below to watch my experience at Nishie G’s Cafe:

3 thoughts on “Nishie G’s Cafe Rock Hill, SC

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    BitesnBuzz - November 17, 2016

    Well done 😆🍻

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      Southern Food Junkie - November 18, 2016

      Thanks!

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