We popped in here based on a recommendation from a couple eating in the side walk. They must of gotten a commission because it was basic and not very extraordinary. Was edible but Far from what I know to be authentic Greek food.
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We spent a weekend in Amsterdam inApril. Everywhere was busy, and many of the restaurants recommended by guidebooks in this area (Prinsenstraat, close to the Tulip and Cheese museums) were booked out. We came across 'De Twee Grieken' by chance - and what a lucky...More
Not going on holiday to Greece this year so we made reservations at De 2 Grieken. The sister in the kitchen and the brother in the restaurant. Excellent combination. We eat there at least once a year for it feels like a vacation. A warm...More
Our selections at this small and authentic restaurant were eggplant salad, spinach and goat cheese pie, pork in a spicy sauce, veal in tomato sauce with shallots (sofrito), and a carafe of house red. All choices were very good, and the sofrito was outstanding. A...More
Nice little restaurant with lovely food. We had a sharing plate of various Greek delicacies and then the lamb with garlic was outstanding. The chef and waitress were just lovely. We were the only people there which was a pity but it was early in...More
Maria does the cooking ... most of the time ... and i like it ... it s a Griek tavern ... dont expect luxury ... it s a cool place , the food is very good , and you ll feel like in Creta ......More
Honest food for honest prices! If you are a vegetarian than you are completely satisfied with the vegetarian Pikilia, the greek salad and the extra spanakopirotika! As if you are in Crete!