The location used to be under the skytrain where it was very cozy and small with the cluttered Greek decor/atmosphere. The food was consistently excellent. The new location is sleek, modern and larger, but has lost that fun ambiance. This is a area of high density growth and development and the restaurant look suits the edgy, clean style, however, it is a bit tricky to find despite being on a main thoroughfare. After we were seated, the hostess began seating other people very close to us although there was lots of room to spread out. They were not that busy and we felt a bit crowded. We were told about the seafood platter special but decided that each couple (four of us) would share a different combo platter from the menu which offered more variety. However the waitress brought both couples received the seafood special. This was a lobster tail, rice, kalamari, greek salad, a skewer of prawns with pita bread - $45 which was the same price as the menu platters. I was a bit disappointed. The waitress was flustered by this and said these were the last of the specials and that is what we ordered. We accepted the two platters (they were nicely displayed). The lobster tail was small, but good. The shrimp skewers were also tasty...but the kalamari was industrial; as all pieces were the same uniform little ovals as though it was processed or purchased frozen then deep fried. The kalamari at my local pub is better. The pita wasn't heated/grilled with olive oil either, just barely warmed bread. Pita should be almost too hot to touch when it is brought to the table. There was a lot of rice - no roasted potatoes or anything else, unlike the platters we originally wanted. The Greek salad didn't have any spices and was bland. I feel this restaurant is taking a few shortcuts and isn't up to the standard it used to be when it was smaller. Hopefully things will improve, as I would like to try it again.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.