We had such a lovely time on a previous visit that we couldn't wait to return. We received the same warm and friendly greeting we had experienced on our previous visit and quickly taken to our table, supplied with the menus and advised someone would be along to take our drinks order all as you would hope for. We waited and waited for what seemed ages but probably no longer than 10 minutes, and eventually our original meet and greet waiter ask had anyone taken our drinks order we said no so he took it himself, due to driving we ask just for water and he queried still or sparking, we ordered still BIG MISTAKE! I suppose I was expecting a bottle of water but it was served in glass with some ice, which wasn't a problem except you are charged 2.10 euro for what is termed spa blue water which is fancy name for tap water.
On our first visit we had the set menu which was excellent and very good value but this time decided to go a La Carte. Menu fairly extensive and a good range of choices I ordered a pastry dish filled with feta, honey and peppers and my husband ordered the baked feta cheese, he fared better than myself portion and taste wise. Mine turned out to be 3 small puff pastry rectangles with very little filling all I could taste was puff pastry and it was very dry, in fact my sliver of carrot as plate decoration had more honey on it than the starter. Husband's was a healthy portion but was spoiled by being served in the tinfoil it had been warmed in but had olives and chopped peppers that would have been so much better served in a dish. Starters came with some warm bread which was very nice. My main course was called Santorini described as steak. lamb, and scampi grilled served with rice and tzatziki which sounded delicious, turned out the steak was two large pieces of tasteless tough pork, a piece of lamb no bigger than my finger and 1 scampi, rice was coloured mush and tzatziki turned out to be a dollop of yogurt with a slice of cucumber on it, sooo disappointed hubby fared much better he ordered a dish called Athene meatballs stuffed with feta cheese, but what he got was a mixed grill he just didn't know it until it was half eaten.. as it came with one of the said meatballs It came with the same rice and tzataki and but he was very glad mistake had been made as he thought just having the meatballs would have been too dry. In the resturants defence we hadn't booked and it was very busy, also when we queried the charge for water it was taken off without a quibble. It wouldn't put me off a return visit but would probably stick to the set menu. For the two courses it came to 46 euros.
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