Due to the recent launch of Taste of Temecula’s Perfect Pairing Tour and with such a huge archive dating back to 2009, we felt why not reintroduce many of our great past reviews and write ups again and give many new visitors a chance to learn more about Temecula Valley. We will be highlighting a variety of merchants on our tour this month many of the local businesses that are participating in the walking tour. Feel free to go to our search bar and look up any past articles or businesses that you want to know more about. This article was posted back in 2010 and updated June 2012 and you can see See Soro’s Video.
TOT Has Been Keeping Temecula Tasty Since 2009!
Looking for a completely unique “Taste” of Temecula? Then you’ll want to visit Soro’s Mediterranean Grille in Old Town.
If you’ve lived in Temecula and visit Old Town, you’ll immediately be familiar with the location of Soro’s – it’s got a lot of history and local vibe. When you walk in you will feel right at home- and most of the time see owners Dylan & Waleed cooking up a storm. There’s quaint indoor seating and outdoor seating is available as well under covered patio.
As you can see by the photo, we enjoyed a giant platter of amazing food a little sampling of the entire menu. Everything from homemade Hummus, to multiple types of salad, grilled chicken, falafel, shrimp curry, and these amazing grape leaf wrapped appetizers.
There wasn’t an item on the platter that we did not thoroughly enjoy.
Shrimp Curry- not too spicy and the shrimp was done perfectly with just enough ric.
Greek Salad- mix of romaine, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, olives, perperochini, green peppers, & yogurt vinaigrette dressing.
Black Bean Salad- salad with black beans, garbanzo beans, corn, red peppers, roasted almonds, golden raisins.
As we were eating, Owners, Dylan and his father, Papa Soro shared their desire to bring something special to the Temecula Valley. They said that this is their new home and they plan on being a huge part of the community. In fact, Waleed said that when you enters Soro’s will be treated like one of the family, and that is just how we felt.