First, let me mention the photo in the ad - unless they have corrected it - is NOT the photo of the front of the restaurant. And unfortunately, my photo, for some crazy tech reason, does not show the lit up name on the sign, but it is there - The Greek Taverna - Mediterranean Cuisine.
And in a strip center, so you will have to look for it, but you should!
And why some of these restaurants don't seem to have a webpage is hard to understand.
OK, we step in. Not an overly decorated place, however, it is clean and tables are set.
Greeted warmly, and at 6pm on a Saturday night in mid-January, there are plenty of tables and booths available. But the place fills up by the time we leave, and surprisingly - well, maybe not surprisingly - there are quite a number of Greek families who come in. I guess they know something about the food!
The waitress was quick to bring us our menus and ask if we would like a drink - wine or beer. We selected a Greek red wine and then had our chance to look the menu over.
Very typical fare and very complete selection of Greek dishes. Briefly described to make it easy for the novice Greek visitor.
The wine arrives along with some bread and butter.
I always get the lemon-chicken soup - Avgolemono - and this was very tasty, with small chunks of chicken. I always want more of this. The soup comes with the meal.
Main course - a chicken shish kabob. I usually get lamb, which was available along with beef, but in any case, picked a good one, because the chicken was cooked and seasoned just right, and the vegetables - tomato, onion, green pepper - were not over cooked, so still had a bit of fresh crunch.
My wife's meal included a Greek salad - which was fresh lettuce, tomato, cucumber, onion, olives, and feta cheese. And a nice portion.
For her main course - pastichio - which is like a Greek lasagna with ground beef. Again, a good portion and delicious.
Accompanying the food was George - the owner - who stopped by our table many times to check on our satisfaction with the meals and to thank us again and again for coming to the restaurant.
Pretty good food. Prompt service. Reasonable prices - average for the appetizer and main course was about $14. Friendly. Worth an evening. Just wish we had taken the time to sample the Greek desserts. Always a shame to miss those, but next time - and there will be a next time - for sure!
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