Nestor's Restaurant

4400 Hancock Bridge Pkwy, North Fort Myers
(239) 997-9939

Recent Reviews

Edward Sandt

Good food and good prices. Nice wait staff.

Jeri Lyn

Worst greasy spoon yet.Had heard this was once a decent breakfast spot. So, we tried Nestor's. Left everything on my plate, I had only eaten a couple bytes ( That's all I could stomach.) The waitress & owner seemed Very uninterested, how unpleasant the food tasted. The coffee was the only thing palatable.Absolutely, will not return!

Pattie Buchanan

My husband & I had bfast there 2day. Super service. Super dining experience. Link sausage & sausage gravy tops. Eggs cooked correctly. Crisp bacon & xcellent hot coffee. But u will pay a fee to use credit..

Dennis Inghram

Great menu variety. We had a excellent Club Sandwich today with hot and delicious French fries

remont moneghan

First time going here. I ordered a Greek omelette. Grits.whole wheat toast. The grits were bland as hell. No salt or nothing. No jelly for my toast. The server was very attentive

Loulee O

We tried Nestors for the first time last week. It was good.I had the crunchy almond grouper, it was huge and tasty!My fiancé had the chicken souvlaki and enjoyed it.It’s a nice diner atmosphere and it’s clean!The server was very sweet and attentive.We will be back to try the liver and onions and the gyro


My family & I have been going to Nestor’s for over 10 years and truly enjoy eating there. The food is consistent and many soups/dishes are made on site. Some are made by Nestor himself. One of the things I most look forward to when visiting Mom is Nestor’s Honey Crusted Grouper. It is OUTSTANDING!!!! Through the years we have gotten to know Nestor & his wife and now have the honor of hearing about his grandchildren. You don’t get this type of “ where everyone knows your name” relationship in a chain restaurant. Love the family atmosphere & uniqueness of this charming, friendly, local restaurant. I highly recommend Nestor’s to anyone that wants a delicious meal in a local restaurant.

Dan F.

For a while now, we want to eat something different. So Greek it is and Nestor's restaurant is a great place for breakfast, lunch and Gyros!! On Easter Sunday we decided to come and eat gyros while my son had a country fried steak and eggs. Needless to say, this place is a family operated place with the owners being Greek themselves. Very clean and great service, this place offers just enough variety for any person. From sandwiches to dinners, this place will leave you satisfied. If in the area, give it a try, you'll be glad you did.

Mikey P.

I have been coming here for years. Thank you Nestor and staff for great food and service. See ya soon ?

Donavon Mickelson

Always great food and service. Many long time customers. Great service by experienced waitresses.

George K.

Having driven by we decided to stop in. The decor is interesting with a Greek flare Taylor was our server who was quick to respond despite the large crowd she was friendly and attentive, I ordered Corned Beef hash and poached eggs they came out just like I enjoy them they serve a good cup of coffee the tables, floors and furniture were clean and in good condition the ceiling could use a coat of paint but overall our experience was good we will return to enjoy another meal

Larry Epperson

The food was okay but the waitress was really good. She told us the mashed potatoes were instant when we ordered them so we changed to something else. My wife said her gyro was good but my hot turkey sandwich was just okay

Glenn Smith (Smitty Nuc-Guy)

Good comfort food in a friendly atmosphere. The wait staff and owners are very outgoing and helpful. One of my go-to places for breakfast. Great lunch time choices also.

Linda W.

Great place fir breakfast. Biscuits and gravy can't be beat. Everyone is so friendly. Cheryl takes care of customers outside. She is fantastic. We have gotten to know other customers who come in for Sunday Breakfast. Try it. You'll see. You'll soon have friends on the porch.


Biscuits and Gravy tasted like they mixed Greek yogurt in with gravy. Potatoes were supposed to be home fires; not wet scalloped potatoes, biscuits pulled from freezer pan. Entire meal cost $50. We should've just went to McDonald's.

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