There seems to be a lot of Greeks in this small town, so it shouldn't be surprising one of the more popular restaurants in a greek one. We were told by some locals "It's good, but not AS good", meaning the former owners were better cooks. We enjoyed our meal very much we shared the trio of dips, chicken soulvaki, garlic prawns and market fresh fish with lemon and garlic. The included salad was great--and the chips weren't bad (although, very surprising). We thought we'd take a chance with the house wines--dry red and dry white. Bad idea. both were sweet and not to our liking. We suggest getting a branded bottle of wine. (we'd been enjoying much wine on our trip throughout Australia, including various 'house wines', this was our first bad experience with the hooch).
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