I've been in this restaurant several times. First, on Midsummer's Day. When the whole Uppsala looks dead like after the neutron bomb attack, Tzatziki is working and serving FRESH delicious food. The prices are lower than you might think, looking at the wonderful location. In summer it is possible to sit on the terrace right next to the water, in winter it is a romantic cellar (mind the stairs if you come with the luggage, stroller or wheelchair). Portions are big. Even when the place is full the service is still quite good and fast. I like melitzanosalata (eggplant dip), gemista (stuffed baked vegetables) and kadaifi, the desert which I seldom meet in Sweden. If you like baklava, try it. Really, it is much easier to try such a thing in a restaurant than to cook it at home :) My husband liked kalamarakia, they were quite crispy, juicy and soft inside. Moussaka is fair, nothing special. I like how they treat with cheese in this restaurant, usually everything what contains cheese is quite interesting. And the last. I absolutely do not agree with those who say that food in Tzatziki is not Greek.
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