It was okay but there are far better Greek restaurants in the lower mainland. We arrived for dinner about 5:30. They had patio seating as well as seating indoors. We opted to sit inside. The ambiance and décor is typical of most Greek restaurants – hanging plants, wooden tables and chairs etc.
My husband had a couple of glasses of wine with dinner and I had sangria. The sangria was on special for $4.50 a glass. It was well made and good value. We started off with an appetizer of saganaki. I’m not sure what kind of cheese was used but it did not have much flavor. The cheese did not melt as nicely as it does on most saganakis that I’ve had. Dinner was accompanied by whole wheat pita bread that was brought to our table nice and hot and Greek salad. I don’t think that the cheese used on the Greek salad was feta, it looked and tasted more like parmesan to me – very strange. The salad was definitely lacking in flavour, not very interesting. For entrees my husband had arni psito (roast lamb). It was okay but again not one of the better ones that I’ve had. I had the garlic prawns in butter sauce – 5 prawns for $18.99 (more like an appetizer portion). It was accompanied by a potato that had too strong a lemon taste to it, a massive amount of rice that looked stale and overcooked carrots. Be warned the menu they show on their website is outdated. The prices on the menu last night were about 11% higher than the menu on their website. I think that they are way overpriced for the quality of the food served. We had an entertainment coupon but without the coupon it is just not good value for the money. With the coupon it’s probably what you would pay at other Greek restaurants for the quantity and quality that we had. We would not return because the value for the money is just not there.
Service was decent.
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