The Mindtrap is probably the biggest escape room company in Greece and its Monastiraki branch one of its earliest locations. To date we've tried 18 different Mindtrap scenarios across Athens (we've been to Monastiraki, Kolonaki, Piraeus, Nea Smyrni & Chalandri), some mediocre, some good and some great, but always with a certain level of standards and this was no different! The rooms in Monastiraki have been updated with new scenarios, with I believe only Lost Kingdom (try it! ;) ) and The Art of Escape (with a different name) remaining from the first days. On our return 3 years on from our last visit (the now defunct Time Machine at the time) we opted for Age of Knights.
The room has a medieval setting, as Arthur's knights in Kamelot you have 60 minutes to find the Grail and save if before pirates arrive. The decoration of the room is ok, we've seen much better medieval rooms, but also worse than this and the size is good for a 60 minute game. The room is considered hard (5/6), but I can't say it was too challenging, though you probably do need a bit of experience to make sure you don't have to rely heavily on the GM help. As usual for Mindtrap the puzzles require a combination of searching and solving with the usual additional dexterity element (patience and steady hands are paramound for that bit :) ) and while we enjoyed most of them, there was one we didn't like and were informed that was altered due to functionality issues. Still we enjoyed the room even though we weren't particularly excited by it. All in all, it was a good, solid escape experience.