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We had a great dinner at this restaurant last night. The food was excellent and the service was good too. I found the kopanisti sauce a little bit more spicy than it is usually made in any parts of Greece, but everything else was perfect....More
We've been regulars since the place opened, probably 20 years ago. The grilled fish, the octopus, the tzatziki, the baklava, the lamb stews . . . this is a very comfortable, low-key, excellent place to have dinner.
We went here for our anniversary and were not disappointed. It's BYOB which keeps the price down and their is a liquor/wine store a few blocks down the street. The cold appetizers were fantastic. For dinner I had the octopus and my husband had the...More
We walked by this spot around 10 times for the last couple days cause we stayed in our friends house , and couldn’t not notice Zobra . It was packed at any time of day . So it took our attention and we decided to...More
We found this wonderful little restaurant down the block from the Eastern State Penitentiary. We sat outside and appeared to be one of the few tables not speaking Greek.
The pita was hot and the hummus perfect. Sandwiches were large and very good. Our group...More
Absolutely authentic greek place in Philadelphia.
It was cold morning, and after a good plenty of sightseeing I was ready to have a good portion of hot coffee and to eat smth. Nearby the Eastern State Penitentiary I have found (following an advice of my...More
We went for an early dinner.....and were really just trying to find a spot within walking distance of the parking lot. We passed by this place and were skeptical, but took a chance! On the inside you would be pleasantly surprised to find cute, painted...More
My husband and I were looking for a vegetarian-friendly place to eat lunch after a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and we found Zorba's! It was delicious. We had the spicy feta dip to start. I loved my eggplant and feta sandwich--it same...More
I have frequented this Greek restaurant since it opened 20+ years ago. Consistent food , moderately priced , BYOB. Indoor and outdoor seating. The tzatziki is awesome as well as any of the grilled meats. I have known the family and watched the 3 sons...More