Nothing fancy here. It's a local place with an interesting family history. We stop by every once in a while, usually for lunch, when we are in the area. I like the Egyptian Trio (enough pita bread is NEVER supplied, but extra can be ordered), the eggplant parmigiano, or the zucchini sticks. I can make a lunch of either of the first two. The soups are OK. We can go for a Caesar or Greek salad, also. There are lunch combos with a cup of soup.
I don't order the pizza, but it seems to be popular. The calzones are good. There are some good prices on lunch sandwiches, hot or cold, and the menu is on-line.
Hard to go wrong with the pastas, although I've never ordered the seafood raviolis. I haven't ordered the burgers, but I haven't heard any complaints about them.
We never seem to have any room left for dessert. Also, I do not believe the place serves alcohol.
Be sure to ask about the family history, if you like local family stories.