Such a delicious meal! Had the spit roasted lamb and it was beautiful and tender. Would definitely recommend it
Surly service and boring food. All the usual Greek restaurant regular dishes on the menu, just priced higher than you'd expect.
At 583 Chapel Street in South Yarra, this place is probably a local institution. As visitors to Melbourne, we happened upon it when we were strolling looking for a place for dinner. We were pleasantly surprised to find an available table so settled down to enjoy some good home cooked style food. The trio of dips was delicious with a... More
We are a group of 8 who dine together on a regular basis - more social than about fine dining but a good feed is a bonus ! One of our group ate at the Greek Deli about two years ago and said it was a great place. We arrived and were greeted and seated promptly. The menus arrived and... More
We came to this restaurant after attending the Greek film festival looking for an authentic experience. It was extremely noisy with some very boorish behaviour from a group all evening which was allowed to continue unabated ... The food was ordinary prawns were not well charred and the pickled octopus was bland. The lamb was succulent ... The house wine... More
Food is quite good; We had Dolmades, Lamb Cutlets, Moussaka, Greek salad. There was plenty of bread, portion sizes are large. Other dishes we saw were huge, I think this was seafood platter. Moussaka freaks may not be pleased as dish is not authentic. The wine we chose was lovely. Service is very good, even on a busy Saturday night.... More
Sunday night dinner - we had the 2 person banquet - $78 for two. Plate of starters with plenty of warm pita bread, delicious saganaki, plate of delicious lamb and average greek salad. Wine by the glass was expensive so didn't have one. Our waitress was very friendly and food came quickly.
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