The service was decent and what you would expect in a North Holland hamlet based restaurant: very young Dutchies with proper manners. Now and then the owner pops out of the kitchen to wish everybody a good meal. All very endearing.
But, why soak the stuffed wine leaves in a Knorr sauce that's not supposed to be there in the first place? Why serve ready to cook bifteki stuffed with feta when you can't create your own grill stripes (admit it, those were on the meat when you opened the package), or when you are unable to heat it up to such a temperature that the cheese melts? And why is supermarket bought garlic sauce served with the gyros, while you claim to serve tzatziki? It was a watery sauce with sugar and garlic, no yoghurt, nor cucumber, nor proper garlic was detected..
I did like the gyros. It wasn't dry as you get it in most mediocre Greek restaurants. It was juicy and enjoyable. Thank you for this.
I know, I kept my mouth rather shut during our visit, so it's not fair I'm writing this. The truth is, we had fun despite the food we were served and I loved the locals who brought confidence to the place.
This review is not for the locals. They should go ad find out for themselves what proper Greek food is. For non locals: don't take that train to Wormerveer.
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