First time to this restaurant. Arrived twenty mins. early for our reservation and the place was packed [it was 6.30pm on a Saturday] but we were warmly greeted and seated immediately. Place was cosy and a little cramped but a lot of the restaurants around there are in small old buildings and it just adds to the ambience . Our table was on the 'upper level' which is only two steps up from the main floor. Service was attentive and quite quick considering they make everything from scratch and were obviously very busy . While we waited for the rest of our party we ordered the Taramasalata which they served to us with hot buttered pita. Our waiter was chatty and friendly and we were seated near to the two stools for the quitar players that started to play around 8-8.30pm. Our main courses were delicious also and we all had a very good evening. We had 2 appetizers, three beers, 1 soft drink , two entrees, two cappuccinos and our bill was just over $60 which we felt was very good value. The servings were a good size also, they didn't skimp on them.
The restaurant had belly dancers performing to the tables during the evening [ entertaining but the music from the speakers was really loud , so forget trying to have a conversation whilst they are dancing, BUT we were right under the speakers!!]
We would certainly go back to this restaurant again and tell our friends to go there also. Parking was not a hassle although we expected it would be.
PARKING: the restaurant is next door to a BMO bank which is on the corner. Drive up the road beside the bank . There are two green P parking lots right there but make sure you have change for the ticket machine.
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