We've eaten at Omicron many times over the past eight years, since we moved to the area. Omicron is what I would call a "typical Greek restaurant" -- a menu with so many selections, it's hard to select from (a good thing!), and, depending upon who's cooking in the kitchen, some dishes are better than others. You'll always find consistency at Omicron with its salads and breakfast entrees -- both are exceptionally good. Soups can be very good also, although the cream-based don't fare as well as those that feature broths, tomato bases, or chili (to which one can always add hot sauce!). On our most recent visit, we wanted a quick lunch before heading to the local movie theater. My small Athenian/Greek salad was excellent. It consisted of iceburg lettuce, hard boiled egg, a feta cheese slice (about 2 ounces), kalamata olives (be careful of the pits), cucumber slices, tomato chunks, and a dressing that may have been either a light Italian or possibly Omicron's version of "greek." It was good. The portion, for a "small" was more than enough for a lunch. A large basket of home made bread accompanied the salad. My husband wasn't as thrilled with his lunch. He ordered (I'm guessing at this since there is no online menu to refer to by entre name) a pork patty, which he thought was a sandwich. He should have asked. It came slathered in brown gravy. The accompanying french fries, while tasty, had been encroached upon by the gravy. Yes ,there was a lot of it. He had considered sending it back, and didn't because he felt he should have asked if it was a sandwich when ordering. We'll go back again. We never go with the same expectations we would have of a restaurant that serves less en masse. Again, be ready for lots of choices, large entrees and decent service delivered in a timely manner. A few more smiles from the waitstaff, making it look like they enjoy their roles, would also be helpful!
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