Menu has all original Greek names and spellings but the food is tasteless and one would think the kitchen was cooking for the local hospital: Bland and bla. The lamb kabobs were tough, tough, tough. The small salad was good; the rice nothing spectacular. Adequate selection of wines. The servers and the kitchen staff made more noise yapping to each other than the patrons eating in the establishment (of which were not many). The wait people, all young girls working for the summer I am sure, needed to have someone take them in hand to: Deepen their shrilly voices; have a little 'class' in manner and form; learn a few important rules of poring wine; act with a bit of decorum and style instead of cutesy wootsy. Patrons go out to eat to be served not charmed by bad charm. I would try this restaurant once more if I am ever in Sechelt again and try another dish to test it. Ah! and to be asked when I enter an almost empty restaurant if I have made a reservation, when the place never had more than fifteen people in it at any given time, was sillyl.
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