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We went to Golden Fleece after the football game. Extremely busy, the servers were working very hard to deal with the over flow crowd. I thought they did a good job. The lamb chops were delicious but the steak was over cooked.
I would give this restaurant 0 stars if I could based mostly on the rude server. We ordered beers and the server brought us the wrong ones because they were out of what we asked for. She was annoyed when we asked for a different...More
We had to wait to be seated since it was very busy. They had a craft beer and standard beer on tap, we had one of each and found them to be good. Service was very good and pleasant as well as speedy once we...More
The food was not well prepared - souvlaki was dry and even burnt in parts, soup was over cooked, etc. The soft drinks had a weird taste. Dolmades were the saving grace of this meal and the horiatiki salad had freshly cut vegetables (but lacked...More
octopus tasted like tuna maybe in the oil too long. zucchini was too brown bordering burnt. gyro meat dry and tzatziki sauce wow enough garlic to kill a vampire. place wasnt busy. now we know why. oh well...
My dining companion was from Greece. Last summer (2018) the Golden Fleece's food was really good. Something must have really changed at the restaurant in the meantime. We went again this past Friday night, and ordered 5 dishes. One of them was okay (the dolmathakia/grape...More
This place is advertised as the oldest restaurant in Greek town in Detroit. The restaurant is nothing fancy, but clean with friendly servers and a fast kitchen. We had the saganaki and a gyro platter and it was great!
The gyro, onion, and tomato come...More