dinner on a tuesday night. only one couple dining when we entered but 3 more parties showed up later. the decor is nice and very greek. tiered tables gives nice views of other patrons. hostess/server was not enthusiastic nor engaged, service was good but she did not appear to enjoy her job. appetizers were limited, mostly olives, we ordered the charbroiled octopus and the fried calimari. water was provided right away but glasses were cheap cafeteria style. garlic bread is also provided but slightly burnt. i was looking for lamb souvlaki but only chicken and pork. the only lamb was lamb chops which i ordered. the best dish was the charbroiled octopus, one large tenticle which was very tender and smoothered in onions and cucumber. the lamb chops were slightly dry and not tender, also came with rice, greek salad and potatoes. no pita bread was provided. fried calimari was oily and not recommended. portions were large. i may revisit because of the decor and octopus but would order different main course. this restaurant could be very good with a little effort on menu selection and a more enthusiastic server.
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