I had pretty high expectations based on the reviews, so I will say up front I'm going to go again and give it another chance, but it wasn't a terrific first impression. The waitress didn't really know the menu when I asked "what is popular" there really was not clear answer. Also, we were told a dish had eggplant in it when the description had no mention of eggplant...left me wondering if that was actually the case or not. I decided to go with the greek meatballs, which was recommended, and they were terribly overcooked and dry. I also thought the greek fries were way over salted..although my wife's fries were not, so perhaps just the case of a heavy hand on my plate. The greek salads on the side, were very good as was the homemade dressing, and my wife had the gyro platter and rated it a B-. The portions were fine, and I did like the lamb strips on the platter (although again overly salty), along with a very nice tadziki sauce. The tables for four were a little small and overall the inside had the feeling of being a bit cold and also I could tell it must get very loud when busy. For dessert, I took home a piece of baklava which had great taste, but the portion was tiny. I still consider myself on the hunt for "great" Greek food in the area.
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