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All reviews moussaka flaming cheese baklava spinach pie greek chicken spiced lamb octopus sandwich authentic greek cuisine across the street personal attention small plates food was great i've eaten the frank lloyd wright home prices are reasonable service was excellent
Absolutely wonderful. Found this little place on line. What a gem. Great friendly service. The food was fantastic. My friend had the Cesar salad and I had Greek lemon soup and shrimp lunch plate. Cannot wait to go back.
Many years ago we spent few months in Greece. This place feels like that time. The food was great, from saganaki, followed by horiatiki, moussaka and ending with agginares pasta. All great vegeterian dishes. The waiter matched perfect wine with that combination of dishes. Great...More
Hungry and seeking something different, we stumbled upon Papaspiros on a recent Thursday. Both my wife and I chose the lamb sandwich from the lunch menu, and wow! A generous serving of delicious sliced lamb with feta cheese on a bun, accompanied by good french...More
This is one charming and authentic restaurant in downtown Oak Park, IL...just minutes away from popular local attractions like the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio. I've eaten there many times. The owners and staff are superb. I love their white tablecloths, but there is...More
My wife have been to this restaurant twice in the last six months and we love it. The location is fabulous; the service is great; and I would have given it a five but the food, while excellent and very reasonably priced, could be a...More
If it weren’t good, we wouldn’t return on a regular basis. We’ve always gotten a warm welcome at Papaspiros and yesterday was not an exception. The service is fast, friendly and fairly professional. Other than the lamb shank, the food is not the freshest, but...More
I've been a customer for more than a decade and once they moved across the street the quality has suffered tremendously.
The place is not clean and everything tastes like it came from a can or frozen bag.
This is a small slice of Chicago's Greektown, albeit about eight miles to the west. There's a menu of familiar and well-prepared Greek favorites, Greek wines you find only in Greek restaurants, and friendly waiters who know their stuff.