I was surprised to find this restaurant rated in the 900s out of over 27,000 restaurants in London. Five of us reserved the homey wooden table in this small restaurant. The server was charming and helpful. We ordered a variety of meze plates to share, a couple of main lamb dishes, and a nice bottle of Greek wine and were astonished to receive a bill for £70. Real Greek is a small chain, but doesn't feel at all like it. Each site is different and has a character all its own. Two of our group ate at one in another part of London, and were equally enthusiastic. We'll definitely put this on the "regular" list.
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