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I worked and lived in Greece and have been to many Greek restaurants in different countries, that is why I am sure that any Greek would be really disappointed if visiting Kavala. The portions are so small that you leave the restaurant hungry (and I...am a 50 kg girl...) and the prices do not really correspond to the amount of food you get. This is not how it should look like in a Greek restaurant. I ordered a fish and expected a whole fish to arrive at the table with fries and salad, but got two super small fillets with a super small salad instead. I do no mind paying more for good food, but this was not the case. We are not coming again for sure.More
The 'but' is they little things they don't do and the little things they charge for, which seems unnecessary.
Wonderful quaint Greek restaurant nestled in a quiet neighbourhood with the birds singing. Sitting outside felt like I was in a woodland park, that was until...the rain came down and I had to move inside.
I was very pleased with the service. My waitress was very friendly and engaged with a focus to make sure I was happy with everything. I had the red house wine which was not too bad. Dry with a reasonable depth of flavour. For an appetizer I had the tadzhiki. It had a nice flavour but was mild on the garlic. Only comment was I was a bit surprised they charged me for a side of pita bread (which was nice, fresh and lightly toasted). How else is one supposed to eat tadzhiki without pita?
The moussaka was okay. Not overly hot and I felt the meat was a bit dry. They have big chunks of potatoes in the dish and I would cook them a bit more. Not sure if potatoes can be al dente but there definitely had that texture like pasta that is undercooked by a minute or so. Nice flavour aside from the previous comments. Huge plate, medium size moussaka and nothing else on the plate but for a small pile of tadzhiki. Surprised they didn't add a little side salad, but considering they charge for the pita with the tzadzhiki, I guess I shouldn't be.
I liked the atmosphere and the service. Not sure though if I would go backMore
There are only a few Greek restaurants in Prague, so we were eager to explore this one, which is in Dejvice, about 20 minute Metro ride and 10 minute walk. We liked the decore which is simple but nice and is reminiscent of Greece. The...servicec was excellent, fast and very polite, and the waiter spoke English. The food, however, was rather standard-- at least the dishes we tried. The (c)horiatiki had no dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) in it, but was fresh and tasty otherwise. The kebab was not better than what you can get at the numerous donner kebab places around town. They have some more elaborate dishes on the menu, which might be better than what we tried, but what we ate was not inspiring to return.More