My partner and I thought we would try this place after a busy morning shopping in Canterbury.
They had only just opened so did not expect the food to be served very quickly. The server, who we took to be the owner, asked if we knew much about Greek food, to which the answer was 'not really'. We asked what he recommended out of the menu of kebabs as we were looking for something to take away and share. He recommended one of the chicken kebabs and to get a large one as the sizes were not huge. We took a seat and waited - about ten minutes later we were presented with the food in a take away bag and we proceeded out of the door with our food.
When we opened the wrapped kebab we were shocked at what had just cost us £6.
A piece of flat bread (this was delicious) but inside and not contained very well, was a handful of squidgy, barely cooked chicken, covered in a tasteless allegedly Tzatziki sauce. We had also requested a hot chilli sauce to which the server seemed completely distressed and said this is not usual. Apparently they did give us hot chilli sauce - I assume this was the redness in the tzatziki - but absolutely no flavour whatsoever.
We started to eat the kebab - in all honesty we should have returned it to the shop - absolutely disgusting food - and we both felt queezy just looking at the food.
No salad, barely cooked chicken (thankfully there was not much of even this) - Absolute disgrace to Greek food (i hope).
Never eaten Greek before, highly unlikely to try again after this debacle.
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