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I love that the kitchen is open so you can watch the chefs do their thing, giant fire balls and all. The decor is very inviting with dark woods and wrought iron, very homey. The bread...omg, the bread. I ate a basketful myself Their butter is unslated and instead the sprinkle coarse sea salt on the top. For my entree I had the Traditional Whole Fish (the fish is seasonal, mine was striped bass I believe) and they fileted it table-side for me. Tons of flavor, nice and flakey. For desert I had the Galaktoboureko (Semolina Custard in Baked Phyllo Dough and Vanilla-Praline Gelato) which was so light and delicious.
I enjoyed my meal here so much that it's going to be the first restaurant my parents and I have dinner at this coming October.
We ate there last November in celebration of my Aunt's birthday. She has been to Greece numerous times, and LOVES Greek food. She enjoyed her meal very much! We all did too, but it was our first experience with Greek food. The cinnamon stewed chicken was yummy!
I am very glad that I asked too....it is now going to be a definite stop for us. I mainly asked because I hadn't heard much mentioned about it....sounds like its a well kept secret
Yes! And relatively a new restaurant. So, it has not made the "must do" or "repeat" list for many people yet. That may be why we don't hear it listed as much.
However, we ate there in September and had a great meal. I had the veggie Briyami and it was flavorful and fresh. DH had the lamb shank and liked it. DS had the whole fish and loved it. Two other children ate off the kids meal.
We had several desserts (can't recall the names) and they were all good.
Service here was excellent. Very knowledgeable and friendly!
Great location, too! Much to do around the boardwalk etc.
"Disneyland has that thing - the imagination and the feeling of happy excitement - I knew when I was a kid." --Walt Disney
This restaurant was closed a few months ago and was being changed in some respects. Reviews from a year or so ago may not be completely current as a result. That said, we ate there shortly after the original opening. Food was nothing to get excited about, a manager walking the room asked our opinion, we shared, and he disappeared, never to be seen again. I also mentioned to the waiter that my chicken was dry and he told me that was not possible since it was stewed. Haven't been back & need to hear lots of really wonderful comments to convince me it's worthwhile.