The signage and outward appearance makes you believe it is a restaurant that has seen its better day, but don’t let it fool you. The food is great, and the service friendly. We ate an early dinner prior to going to a Tigers game. It was about 4 PM on a Friday and we had no problem being seated.
Our round table for four was squished up against a square four-top to make room for the serving aisle which would have been uncomfortable had it been busy. Our drink order was taken quickly along with an order of flaming cheese (OPA!). Something was up with the fountain diet so we switched to water.
My hubby and I should have split our meals as we each ordered the combo that came with a Gyro and a Souvlaki. I should have ordered one and him the other – it was too much food. It tasted so good, I wanted to finish it, but just couldn’t. The side of rice with the homemade tomato sauce was unique – it was definitely a sweet sauce. My hubby opted for the fries. The gyro meat wasn’t like the stuff in the mall food court – this tasted and looked like real meat. You see it roasting as you walk into the restaurant. The souvlaki was tender and full of flavor. Sometimes it was a challenge getting it off the stick without flinging it across the table!
Having nothing to compare it to in Greektown, I can’t say it was the best Greek food. But I certainly would dine here again based on the variety of the menu, the quality of the food, and the fantastic price point.
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