Tonight was the first time I'd ever been to Eat Greek and I was so impressed that I wanted to jump on-line and review it when I got home.
We had a Saturday night 8PM reservation. The food was refilled regularly during our entire time at the restaurant (probably helped that the place was full of patrons). It didn't matter if you were there with a large party or a small one (we had a table of four and there was a table of about 20 close to us), they seemed to be able to cater for all sizes.
I have been to a lot of buffets all through the southern hemisphere and I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed the food that I ate tonight. There were only one or two dishes that were not pleasing to _my_ palate out of the plethora of excellent dishes that were to be had. I enjoyed the tender and tasty uvetsi, the moussaka, the salt and pepper calamari, the ribs (the sauce!!!! Ooooooooooooh, the sauce...), the (also tender) roast lamb, the tarama, the creme caramel... I could go on. Suffice to say, I am now as full as Augustus Gloop in the Willy Wonka factory.
I don't understand why people say that the entertainment is corny - perhaps they don't realise what the word actually means. There are plates. They get smashed. There are waiters and they dance. Then there is the ring of fire (which would mean something completely different after a Vindaloo at an Indian restaurant) and more dancing. And then there is the massive patron participation Zorba line dance which got a lot of us out of our seats and laughing our heads off. Please note that plate smashing and dancing is only available on Friday and Saturday nights. Come only if you want to have fun and stuff yourself senseless on good food.
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