I Voula's. They have fresh, delicious food. The owner is super sweet. There is a huge selection of Greek desserts, along with traditional Greek fare. Plenty of vegan and vegetarian options too.
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Went there Superbowl Sunday and enjoyed brunch. If you are tired of the same old offerings you have at other places, this is a nice change of pace. The prices are reasonable and the varied offerings are both eye appealing and delicious. I had a...More
Looks like the cats out of the bag! This delightful restaurant should be on everyones 'must go' list. You'll be welcomed and treated like family. Each visit back I've tried a different dish. Each one exceeds my expectations! Don't get me started on the desserts!...More
7 of us went here for lunch on the recommendation of one; my first time here.A great varied menu of Greek food. I had the GLT special - gyro version of a BLT with an excellent side salad of chilled zucchini, shaved carrot, crispy onions,...More
I went for lunch with my teen daughter and grad school son. Lunch was delicious and everyone liked their entree. My son had the Papoutsaki eggplant dish which was great but could have used another side dish. We shared my Gyro plate and that was...More
This may be my favorite Rochester restaurant! Their breakfast is fantastic (French toast, yogurt/fruit, many egg specials, all with Greek flavors). The atmosphere inside is very fun and cheerful, with bright blue walls, photos of Greece, and creative decorations. Everyone here is always so friendly....More
This small restaurant is on the side of a building and easy to miss. It is worth the effort to find. Wonderful greek deserts and not just baklava. I look forward to returning for a meal.
One of our favorite places to eat downtown. The food is absolutely some of the best we've ever had. The decor inside totally transports you out of Rochester, especially during those snowy winter months. Try and go for the brunch if you can... and of...More
I was surprised by the number of vegan options on a Greek menu. The baklava can be made with oil instead of butter and lemon potatoes substituted as well as tofu scramble for eggs. A nice breakfast of eggs, stuffed phyllo and lemony Geeek potatoes.