The restaurant has a clean and comfortable décor (and comfortable chairs). It was a Sunday evening and it wasn’t crowded, which was fine with us.
To start, our glasses of wine were generous. Our appetizer, Tzatziki, was thick and rich, as we’re used to, and served with fresh, warm grilled pita bread. We also shared a Saganaki. It was flambeed table-side and was delicious. BUT, for $14 it seemed too small a portion…..
We split a Trapezaria Salata, which was fresh and large enough for four people to share. We agreed this was a highlight…..
My entrée was Moussaka (my standard at Greek restaurants for decades). It was an ample portion, but was flavorless….. It looked great, but seemed to have no seasoning what so ever. I wouldn’t order it again. The normal Greek side of potatoes of string beans were seasoned well and delicious.
We wanted Crème Caramel for dessert, but they were out. C’est la vie.
It was a little before 9:00 and we definitely felt they wanted us out. There were two other tables there. They turned down the lights and the person clearing our table already had on their jacket. Not the best impression to leave a restaurant with……
We really wanted to like this restaurant more......... We might go back for the lunch buffet and maybe for dinner again……. TBD.
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