First, I'm no expert of Greek cuisine, so I'm not likely to be as picky about whether the food is authentic or not. In fact, I probably don't worry how authentic it is as long as it is really good and priced fairly. So, that's the basis for this review. You will have to judge authenticity for yourself.
We went on a Friday evening, getting there as they were in the process of switching from the lunch to dinner buffet. Besides the price difference (10.95 lunch, 14.95 dinner), there are more options on the dinner buffet. Dinner includes the carving station with beef and lamb, shrimp, mussels, and a few other items not served at lunch.
To me, the food was quite good overall. I'd tell you my favorites, but I think I tried everything they had and can't remember their names. I do recall that the lamb was very tender, I ate plenty shrimp, and I enjoyed the dolmades. I don't recall that there was anything I didn't like. Since I'm diabetic, I can't try all the desserts, but I did get a piece of Baclava. It was very rich and decadent.
The entertainment wasn't in full swing by the time we left. There was some live music, but the belly dancers weren't performing yet.
As for my ratings: I give a 3 overall because it wasn't much more than a typical buffet. It was a good value at the price I paid for the amount I ate. The atmosphere could use a little improvement in terms of decor, and there isn't too much room to negotiate the buffet, especially when they are bringing out more food.
Will I go back? Yes, most likely. It's just a block west of the hotel our group uses each year (was Comfort Inn & Suites,changed to Holiday Inn Express on July 24) and is a good value.
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