Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Now available through Chef Shuttle statewide: Taziki's

Posted By on Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 9:25 AM

click to enlarge COURTESY OF TAZIKI'S FACEBOOK
  • Courtesy of Taziki's Facebook
Because leaving my bunker in the People's Republic of Hillcrest is a bridge too far most days, I've come to rely on Chef Shuttle to bring me sweets, treats and good things to eat from all over the metro area. The service has rapidly expanded, and while it isn't always a perfect experience, I've generally been quite happy with being able to eat food from some of the best places in Little Rock while watching Firefly on Netflix.

All that's to say this: Chef Shuttle has announced that it has added Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe across central and northwest Arkansas—quite an addition, if you ask me (which you didn't, but I digress). The JTJ Restaurant group (Jim, Tommy and Jake Keet) opened the first Arkansas Taziki's back in 2008, and the chain has gone gangbusters ever since. 

Chef Shuttle has a minimum order of $15, and there's a $4.95 delivery charge, which doesn't include tip. But that extra money is worth it—after all, the crew of Serenity aren't going to watch themselves.

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