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Found this place close to our hotel, we are very fond of greek food ao decided to try it. The grape leaves with meat were very tasty with a rich lemon sauce, we then ordered the gyro platter, the salad was a disappointment mostly iceberg...More
I usually get the chicken souvlaki but decided to stray & went with the special which was greek hamburger patties (2), green beans & roasted potatoes. The hamburger patties were dry & overcooked, the green beans were so spicy & garlicky that I couldn't eat...More
We used Trip Advisor to find this restaurant, and it was excellent. It is located in a practically empty strip shopping center, but the food was fresh and good. We would highly recommend the tiramusalata and the gyro platter.
There are some things to love about this place. The service is attentive and friendly, and the gyros and chicken souvlaki we had were truly excellent. The Greek desserts, too, were very delightful. The Greek salad, though, was a disappointment, as it consisted mostly of...More
We strolled into this little greek restaurant after carmellos (separate review) would not even have a conversation with us. We had the falafel, gyro plate, and mousaka. All the food was fantastic. So if you do not want to deal with downtown charlottesville, head on...More
Earlier today, we had spent the morning picking blueberries up in Green County, as we headed back to Charlottesville, (lunch time was fast approaching) a family member clicked on Tripadvisor to find a restaurant nearby on Rt 29, between Rio & Hydraulic Roads, read out...More
Took a chance and was so pleased we did. Was craving ethic food but did not hold out hope for a good find at at 2:30 in the afternoon. It is a cafe, so one does not come here for 'atmosphere'; but instead, for a...More
Today I discovered that Charlottesville is harboring a little Greek-American cafe known as The Mykonos Cafe. While American dishes dominate their menu, there are a few Greek staples and favorites, all made fresh and overseen by the cafe's owners who hail from Greece.