It had been a long while since we had had Greek fare and when I spotted Tapeo Griego I knew I had to give it a try. We went in the evening and were seated inside, although there are quite a few tables on the terrace for daytime/warmer weather dining. The bar is not large, but it is welcoming, and the decor is soothing hues of blue against a white background with artwork of painted words in Spanish and in Greek. The menu offers starters and entrees as well as offering a wide array of tapas-sized portions. We started our meal with a mix of salads including the traditional tzatziki (yogurt, cuke and garlic), flavorful eggplant, and another of delicious fresh cheese which came with garlic bread. When we finished our bread we were brought more delicious toasted pita with garlic. It was lovely. We ordered main courses of chicken souvlaki and meatballs. Both platters came with fries, sauces to accompany and a side salad of lettuce, tomate and onion with a nice touch of oregano. As for wine, we both had the house Ribera del Duero which was very pleasant and I highly recommend giving it a try. We both were very pleased with our meals, but were full from the starter so couldn't finish, which our server, who I believe must also be the owner, was a bit disappointed about. We assured him we were happy with our meals! The service was attentive. Oh, and the choice of chill out music was a perfect accompaniment as well. Will definitely be going back. I will have the moussaka on our next visit. Efharistó Tapeo Griego!
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