Was a wee bit anxious about trying Frosoulla's because the original Greek Golden Kebab has great memories for me, but the good bits are still there. Mum still sits at the small table with a drink and the newspaper now replaced with an i pad! Used to be dad with a glass of red wine, and many a free glass I've had with him waiting for a takeaway!
The food is still authentic and tasty and if I had to criticise anything it's that portions are overwhelming. Had the Adana Kebab and it was luscious, moist and full of flavour, and was heartbroken that I just couldn't finish it! My boisterous, five year old grandson was beautifully handled and he loved his food as well. My Greek coffee might have been a bit stronger, but I may be a bit odd in that my taste is for the really strong authentic stuff that will melt your spoon. Service was a wee bit tentative at times, but I imagine that a new restaurant with fairly new staff will take a bit of time to really gather confidence.
All in all, it was great evening and another cracking addition to a small area of the city that's spoiled for choice with great neighbourhood restaurants.
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