This is definitely a Greek restaurant. From the signs at the front dest explaining what Lent meant and the menu items in greek and english.
The receptionist was very cordial and smiling and sat us immediately, although there were not that many patrons at the time we went.
The waiter came over rather quickly and took our water order and gave us the menu and wine list. Bread followed with a sort of hummus lemony butter substitute. I would have preferred some olive oil, especially being greek as they were.
The had a wall of iced fish to chose from, and they are sold by the pound, there were many smaller fish, I guess because of the charges, they wanted to keep them more reasonable.We chose meat dishes as in Lamb chops and Lamb Shank. Both were good. The lamb chops were ordered medium rare, and they came out medium to well, and were too dry for my taste. The shank was good, but lacked some of the vibrant flavors that something cooked for 6 hours should have. Also it was very heavy in fat, which made it a bit awkward to handle and cut.
The tuna tartar was good, a bit on the spicy side, but still good.
The dessert was mixed, since we had the greek feta cheese cake and the profiteroles.
I would have preferred staying with just coffee, since the cheese cake was a bit on the dry side, and the profiteroles were refrigerated and the taste was stale and not fresh. that is my favorite dessert and this one did not live up to my expectations. The waiter was really a nice person and did his job well.
My thoughts are that they watch what comes out of the kitchen, and maybe get a focus group of diners to critique the food every once in a while in front of the chef. The value was fair, but on the expensive side.
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