This was my first time to this Greek restaurant that sits on a corner. Their large sign was not lit the night I dined so it was a little difficult to locate. It has a large interior that wraps around and a full-size bar. I arrived around 8pm and there were not many people in the restaurant.
I started with a Mezze (appetizer) of Halloumi cheese ($9). There were three 1”x3” squares, minced onion, tomatoes and cucumber with tzatziki sauce on a pieces of pita bread. Overall, very good. Next was the baked lamb ($15). It appeared to be braised meat, very tender with good flavor. Another very good item.
My entrée was the lamb chops ($29), five of them with asparagus and potatoes. Even though the lamb chops were over cooked they were tender and had a lot of flavor. The potato wedges also had a lot of flavor. The owner came over asking how it was and I said over cooked and he did a passive ask if I wanted it redone but at 9pm I said no it is OK ... never offered to take money off the tab or provide a complimentary dessert. I would have declined but it would have been the right thing to do. So instead of an outstanding rating they get a very good because of lack of customer focus and very average service.