The overall experience was a mixed bag. This is a very large restaurant that was not too crowded on a Wednesday night. As I waited for my guests to arrive I asked the hostess her opinion on must have dishes. She said the rack of lamb was very good and the haddock, which was the special tonight, was her favorite. She didn’t seem too convincing so I figured I’d order with caution. As it turned out the haddock was Tuesday night’s special! Then after trying the lamb ribs which came up short I did not opt for a lamb entrée.
1. Seafood Cakes ($13) – Made with made with shrimp, crab & scallops were very good
2. Grilled Shrimp ($14) – Good to very good
3. Lamb Ribs ($14) – Good but not great, a bit tough with grizzle
4. Horiatiki Pikilia ($16)
- Loukaneko (broiled, spicy, homemade sausage) was very good
- Lamb Ribs (lightly marinated ribs) was good but not great
- Keftedakia (homemade meatballs) was good to very good
- Kotopoulo Skaras (grilled chicken seasoned with olive oil, oregano & lemon) poor because they were very dry
1. Aegean Salmon ($19) – A very good grilled salmon dish
2. Seafood Pasta Marinara ($20) - Scallops, calamari (tough), shrimp & mussels could not save this dish from the horrible marinara sauce.
3. Spaghetti with Meatballs ($12) – The meatballs were average at best and the sauce not edible according to my colleague who did not eat any of the pasta
The wine list was large enough to find something you will like and appeared to be a good value for the bottle price. We went with Charles Strong Cabernet Sauvignon which at $32/bottle was a good value ... we shared two bottles and finished with two glasses of Ouzo ($6/each).
The overall tab with tax and 18% tip was $259.
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