I went here with my daughter and partner, following recommendations on Trip Advisor, and to get me in the spirit of a visit to Greece next week.
The staff were very friendly and made conversation, although it was very quiet.
The food was fab, the greek dips are to die for and we were offered more bread once we had finished our first bowl full.
The menu is extensive and offers specials and early bird deals, we opted for the souvlaki for two, which came as an ample portion including, tzatski, pasta, salad and sautee potatoes, the meat was delicious really tender and tasty. My daughter had the souvlaki for one, and this came with hand made chips (always a winner).
To top it all we had mythos beer, which made me remember holidays in Greece, all topped off with a Greek sweet and coffee.
Lovely meal, nice simple decor and friendly staff. Hope more people go here as it is a little gem hidden away, lets hope the big chains around the corner don't spoil the fact that lovely food can be found at these independant restaraunts.
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