I am sorry to say we went there hoping for a glimmer of true Greek cooking. We were seriously disappointed. We ordered the saganaki. It was fried mozzarella with focaccia. We ordered beef souvlaki, it did not taste like beef. We ordered pork skewers with baked potato. They brought potato wedges and the driest pork I have had in years. And when we asked if this was the baked potato, she said yes. And everything is a la carte. The pictures beside the food show the dishes come with potatoes but when we paid, the sides were an extra charge.
We hear the owner is in Greece, he never visits, and he has owned this restaurant for 15 years.
I would be embarrassed to own this place and to call it Greek. It was sad and quite a let down.
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