I visited with my wife and two young boys on a Saturday night. We called ahead to book, and a table was reserved for us on arrival. The restaurant wasn't full and we opted to sit inside away from smokers.
The decor is fine, though it feels almost more Cafe than restaurant. Not a problem. The servers are friendly and efficient. We ordered a main each (lamb kebabs, Klevtiko, meat balls and penne carbonara). I also ordered a portion of tzatziki and a portion of pita bread.
Shortly after that, our free dish arrived: a pita bread each with some tzatziki and olives. Delicious. Then, our tzatziki arrived, already served with four pita bread, along with the four pita bread we'd ordered. We saw the funny side; however, I would have expected the serving staff to at the very least explain that the tzatziki was already served with pita.
Our mains were lovely, especially the Klevtiko, which fell off the bone. My wife had ordered the smaller size and there was so much meat! It is also worth mentioning that my kebabs came served with chips, salad and... tzatziki with pita bread.
Having now looked at other reviews, many mention a free dessert. We weren't offered this. Perhaps the fact that we hadn't cleared our plates (can't think why...) and were taking away, you've guessed it, some tzatziki and pita bread, indicated that we were full. A solo dining American bloke next to us actually asked for his free dessert, and got it.
Overall, a lovely authentic Greek food experience. Go easy on the bread orders.
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