We ended up on the roof of Eastgate and decided to go for Greek food for lunch. The place was pretty full and we ended up inside. We ordered a slelection of dips, sardines, baby calamari, oysters, greek salad, Kilping fish and a few more. The food was excellent and teh service from our waitress - eventhough teh restaurant was busy, was attentive and friendly.
To finish we had to try the baklava with a typical greek coffee. The baklava were remarkable and one coudl feel that honey rather than syrup of sugar was used.
Along with teh music played on the square, this was a memorable lunch in Joburg!
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