Poor 0. Terrible 2. Traveler type. Time of year. Language English. All languages. English Spanish French 4. More languages. Italian 2. See what travelers are saying:. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed July 30, via mobile Amazing food. Date of visit: July Reviewed July 19, via mobile Keeps drawing us back. Reviewed December 30, via mobile Fab find. Date of visit: December Reviewed August 18, Great Local Restaurant.
Date of visit: August Reviewed July 22, via mobile Really tasty seafood. Reviewed July 16, via mobile Impressed once again even though the coffee was a little bitter this time. Reviewed September 15, Got poisoned!!! Reviewed August 20, via mobile Beware - unwelcoming to families with children. Paula L.
Reviewed September 15, Great quality, charming service. Reviewed September 3, From starter to coffee Date of visit: September View more reviews. Best nearby We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location. Best nearby hotels See all. Best nearby restaurants See all.
Best nearby attractions See all. See the best nearby hotels See the best nearby restaurants See the best nearby attractions. We got there super early and they were super accommodating. Food was delicious. We ordered the meze platter to share and then got the gyros and chicken kebabs.
Ambiance was great and we can't wait to go back. The lamb shank and gyro were great. The calamari was mostly batter, so it was a bit disappointed; however, I would go back again.
Overall it was a good experience. The good food, the pretty setting, the surprise belly dancer made it quite an event! There are so many items on the menu there will be something for everyone in your party and it's a party there!
Don't expect an intimate quiet dinner here as the high ceilings mean a high noise level. There are several sections that break up the restaurant so you can feel you are not overwhelmed. Grab some friends and go. Mozaic is always one of our favorite restaurants in Santa Cruz. Alicia, our server, is the best in Santa Cruz. Everything is dated and complacent here. The tile floors are oily, slightly slippery, as soon as we enter the restaurant at pm when there's hardly any body here, you smell the stench of the old dirty carpet, really sets a bad first impression.
The food is tasty although the paella has a good dose of MSG because I was so thirsty after a few bites already and for hours after. The service is good and attentive. Husband's chicken is very very well done and dry. Overall our experience is fine but I won't come back again.
They really need to upgrade floor coverings at a minimum. The food is always great! I love their creative cocktails. Location is good for checking out downtown before or after dinner.
Great ambiance! Grill octopus is like going to heaven. Always yummy food and great service and prices. We were visiting Santa Cruz, and opted to go to Mozaic because of Mediterranean cuisine.
It was three of us adults and a 6 year old. The food was excellent - the only issue was how to make our minds up what to order, so many delicious choices. The staff was very friendly and attentive. We have already recommended Mozaic to our friends and will be back ourselves for sure! I enjoyed a delicious lunch with warm and friendly service from Mike. I had the Mozaic salad: arugula, beets, oranges and almonds, with a skewer of jumbo prawns which were seasoned and very tasty.
To drink, I tried the Mozaic? Amazing service from everyone for our larger group 8 people , and food was outstanding. We like Mozaic - the lamb is great. But it is very noisy. Food was OK. Nothing special. The paella was overcooked and the fish was very fishy. I would avoid. The moussaka was solid, as was the hummus and pita. But very little for vegetarians. Love this place. So wasy ro fome off hours for aquiwt visit. Greek salad with salmon was a atar for me and always rhe Tzatziki and pita.
Food was excellent! Ordered some appetizers which came quickly but the entrees took a bit more time. Overall a good experience and would definitely go back! Excellent drink and food. A little scattered on the welcoming and serving, but no delays in service.
A tad noisy, but doable for conversation between 2 people. Definitely recommend this place. I was told 2 times that bread and pesto will come shortly, however it came with my food; after I waited. I asked the waiter to take the br ad and pesto as not to be waisted as I was going it eat my food. Then my order which was a rare medium kabab came as burnt well done. When he came back to ask how was everything and I told him about the meat being burnt and well done but I am late and have to go, he took the small plate where I was resting my knife, so I had to to eat with a fork and nothing to help the food to get to my fork.
Now I had a bottle of peligrino and a glass of Gin, so it could not have been because I ordered a salad only meal. Loved the hummus, flaming cheese and grilled vegetable salad! By Jim Harrington jharrington bayareanewsgroup. Report an error Policies and Standards Contact Us. More in Music. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! CDRS Archived from the original on 21 November Retrieved 30 July Breaking News.
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