Went for dinner and had their meat banquet. There was so much food, it was delicious. It begins with dips & warm pita bread, beans, olives, roasted capsicum, dolmades, Saganaki & fried continental sausage. After a short pause, a meat platter with chicken, chicken wings, rissoles, lamb & lamb chops arrives with a Greek salad. The meat is tender, well seasoned & melts in your mouth. Last course is dessert which is baklava & I think a form of Greek custard with coffee or tea.
There is so much food, you should only have a light lunch before going.
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