The server is the best thing about this restaurant. Next, the baklava.
I had mixed feelings about our meal. The octopus was a hit, it was lightly breaded, and the crab cakes were phenomenal. But the sorrowful moment of the meal was because they threw amazing appetizers at us, leading us to great expectations, yet it was an inconsistent story throughout: the soups were a downer, the pita bread pumped us back up, the spanakopita threw us back down, and then the entrees were fairly good, but not exquisite. The final baklava blew us away, so in the end, it was worth the highs and lows.
I can't say this was a memorable meal, but I appreciate it was clean food, and we were treated like royalty by the blonde waitress. Maybe I'm not a Greek fan....but this restaurant is still a winner. And it's easy on the pocketbook too.
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