People had recommended this restaurant to me several years ago, but I never made it in. We moved away 4 years ago and were back in town for a visit. My sister suggested this place after going there with a group of people. We were duly impressed. The food was very good, the portions huge, the prices excellent, and the wine list adequate. Be prepared to take half your dinner home with you. Excellent value. We will be back.
Dined for an early supper on a Saturday without a reservation. Were seated in a separate front room away from the main area. Too bad as it was small with nothing to look at. Service was friendly and efficient. Buns and butter served pre- dinner as well as a Greek salad. Salad was exceptionally good aside from the fact that there was only 1 olive. Would have definitely liked a couple more. Ordered the Greek feast (feeds 4). It came with chicken souvlaki, ribs, rice, 4 small lemon potato wedges and 2 appetizers. Deep fried ham and cheese roll ups and rice and beef stuffed in grape leaves. We also added on chicken liver appetizer as we didn’t think the platter would be enough for 4 people, but it would have been just fine as we were stuffed by the time we finished. Everything was tasty, ribs and chicken very tender and moist. Only complaint was that the lemon potatoes were mealy in texture. Unfortunately no room for dessert but maybe next time.
The servers were pretty chill. The place started out moderately quiet, but as 6pm turned to 7 the place got quite loud. I was seated at the area up the stairs and I found the lighting to be a little dim. There was a belly dancer who started interacting with guests, while special music played. The food itself was good. The pizza had nice fluffy dough, it was tasty. I had the Athenian chicken, and the chicken was a little dry but the toppings on it were good. The rest of the veggies had gotten a little cold, likely waiting for the rest of the bill to be made. The same sort of thing happened with the other dish (the seafood chicken plate, I am not sure the name). The chocolate cheesecake was delicious and plated beautifully. Overall, a very good family-run restaurant.
I recently took my mother out to Olympia Greek tavern. This was Mother's Day and we just walked in off the street without any reservations. The hostess was able to find us a table. Thankfully as they were booked to capacity all evening. This place was a buzz and very Lively. The atmosphere feels I bit cramped with all the vegetation growing in the space. And the decor style seems like from the eighties. Aside from that I had a great time. The food was delicious. I had the 10 ounce New York steak with Poseidon's toppings. And my mother had a seafood pasta. My steak came to the table still sizzling and cooked to perfection. The seasonal vegetables were fresh and the rice was Tangy and delicious . The chef was on fire that night! Atmosphere 7. Entrance in greeting 8. Food 10, it was of the park. Service 8. Thank you to the owners and the staff for accommodating Us in such a busy evening.
We enjoyed a lovely Greek meal at this establishment. We have been coming to this place lots over the last 20 years. Family owned and very friendly and warm environment. The food is always top notch. Highly recommended!
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