Was hoping for great things from the Greeks here and the owners were helpful and polite but otherwise the experience was underwhelming. I hated the decor of the Harju St. establishment, all 1970s beige, poorly lit, just drab. Put some colourful Greek art on the walls...put some flowers on the tables...make some effort. If anywhere needs a woman's touch it is Artemis.
There is nothing on offer for the beer drinker except Saku's chemical swill (and bottled Carlsberg), which is unforgivable in Tallinn today. The cabernet sauvignon was a poor €8 version sold for €30. I associate Greek restaurants with huge fresh salads, tangy flavours and succulent meat but the salads were no more than limp garnishes and the meats all overcooked. My dry starter was OK but not worth €6 and to charge €12 for a 12x8 cm slice of moussaka with a tiny garnish is outrageous. The flavouring was primarily salt, and there was little evidence of all spice, oregano and thyme, although the cinnamon did just creep through. I have just checked the web and was surprised to see that Moussaka can be made with beef as I have only ever known it with lamb mince, but why would you use beef mince in a country known to have flavourless beef? I left wondering whether the owners were really Greek or just impersonating them.
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